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Criticaleye is the peer to peer Board Community for CEOs, C-suite executives and global leadership teams



We offer exciting opportunities for ambitious individuals with an interest in business critical issues and an ability to work and collaborate with senior organisational leaders.

Get in touch if you would like to be considered for one of the following vacancies, or if you would like to be considered for a future role. We are always looking for talented people to come and join our team.



VACANCIES


  • BUSINESS RESEARCH ASSOCIATE - ADVISORY

    The Business Research Associate role is an exciting opportunity for those looking to kick-start their career in a pre-sales role with a diverse portfolio of accounts and responsibilities. We’re currently hiring for three Business Research Associates, for our Public Sector, Non-Executive and Advisory divisions.

    Based in our London office, Business Research Associates are responsible for identifying potential Members and Partners for Criticaleye’s Community and working in tandem with the sales and account teams to drive new business.

    The two main components of the role are Business Research and Pre-sales. For the Public Sector role, you will be expected to analyse the sector to understand key trends, keeping your finger on the pulse and, for the Non-Executive position, you will need continually to educate yourself on the specific roles and needs of Non-Executive Board Directors. For the Advisory role, you will work with all the Criticaleye teams to understand the areas of expertise the Community needs and then work to identify the gaps we need to fill.

    You will utilise this knowledge to identify organisations and individuals who would benefit from the support of the Criticaleye Community, ultimately bringing value to our Members. On the Pre-sales side, you will then be able approach these leaders and companies in order to build relationships and set up business development meetings for colleagues, constantly maintaining a forward business pipeline.

    Our successful candidates must be a strong communicators and enthusiastic team players with a thirst for knowledge. The role suits social and commercially focused recent graduates, ideally based in or near London, with an interest in the world of business and a hunger to succeed.
     

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    • Research, identify and directly contact senior executives, non-executives and C-level decisions makers from an array of accounts
    • Analyse businesses, conduct sector research and map organisations using internal databases
    • Schedule and coordinate meetings with prospects for, where relevant, the Business Development, Non-Executive and Advisory Teams
    • Maintain and regularly update data and liaison information within our CRM and CMS systems
    • Collaborate across the company with other functions and individuals
    • Manage the new business pipeline, meet agreed key performance indicators and generate new business revenue

     

    Desired Skills and Experience

    • Undergraduate Degree qualified
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to build effective relationships at all levels
    • Commercially astute with the ability to analyse and research complex information
    • Strong administrative skills and attention to detail
    • Highly motivated and outcome-focused

    Why us?

    • Dynamic and supportive team culture with regular company catch ups, seasonal parties, and team-building events!
    • To be part of an inclusive, diverse team, where you’re valued and uplifted by your peers
    • The chance to impact the organisation, its service offering, and success as a whole
    • An opportunity to learn from titans of industry with a focus on progression and development
    • Access to an unrivalled network of global business leaders

    To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Serena@criticaleye.com
  • BUSINESS RESEARCH ASSOCIATE - NON-EXECUTIVE

    The Business Research Associate role is an exciting opportunity for those looking to kick-start their career in a pre-sales role with a diverse portfolio of accounts and responsibilities. We’re currently hiring for three Business Research Associates, for our Public Sector, Non-Executive and Advisory divisions.

    Based in our London office, Business Research Associates are responsible for identifying potential Members and Partners for Criticaleye’s Community and working in tandem with the sales and account teams to drive new business.

    The two main components of the role are Business Research and Pre-sales. For the Public Sector role, you will be expected to analyse the sector to understand key trends, keeping your finger on the pulse and, for the Non-Executive position, you will need continually to educate yourself on the specific roles and needs of Non-Executive Board Directors. For the Advisory role, you will work with all the Criticaleye teams to understand the areas of expertise the Community needs and then work to identify the gaps we need to fill.

    You will utilise this knowledge to identify organisations and individuals who would benefit from the support of the Criticaleye Community, ultimately bringing value to our Members. On the Pre-sales side, you will then be able approach these leaders and companies in order to build relationships and set up business development meetings for colleagues, constantly maintaining a forward business pipeline.

    Our successful candidates must be a strong communicators and enthusiastic team players with a thirst for knowledge. The role suits social and commercially focused recent graduates, ideally based in or near London, with an interest in the world of business and a hunger to succeed.
     

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    • Research, identify and directly contact senior executives, non-executives and C-level decisions makers from an array of accounts
    • Analyse businesses, conduct sector research and map organisations using internal databases
    • Schedule and coordinate meetings with prospects for, where relevant, the Business Development, Non-Executive and Advisory Teams
    • Maintain and regularly update data and liaison information within our CRM and CMS systems
    • Collaborate across the company with other functions and individuals
    • Manage the new business pipeline, meet agreed key performance indicators and generate new business revenue

    Desired Skills and Experience

    • Undergraduate Degree qualified
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to build effective relationships at all levels
    • Commercially astute with the ability to analyse and research complex information
    • Strong administrative skills and attention to detail
    • Highly motivated and outcome-focused

     

    Why us?

    • Dynamic and supportive team culture with regular company catch ups, seasonal parties, and team-building events!
    • To be part of an inclusive, diverse team, where you’re valued and uplifted by your peers
    • The chance to impact the organisation, its service offering, and success as a whole
    • An opportunity to learn from titans of industry with a focus on progression and development
    • Access to an unrivalled network of global business leaders
     
    To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Serena@criticaleye.com 
  • BUSINESS RESEARCH ASSOCIATE - PUBLIC SECTOR
    The Business Research Associate role is an exciting opportunity for those looking to kick-start their career in a pre-sales role with a diverse portfolio of accounts and responsibilities. We’re currently hiring for three Business Research Associates, for our Public Sector, Non-Executive and Advisory divisions.

    Based in our London office, Business Research Associates are responsible for identifying potential Members and Partners for Criticaleye’s Community and working in tandem with the sales and account teams to drive new business.

    The two main components of the role are Business Research and Pre-sales. For the Public Sector role, you will be expected to analyse the sector to understand key trends, keeping your finger on the pulse and, for the Non-Executive position, you will need continually to educate yourself on the specific roles and needs of Non-Executive Board Directors. For the Advisory role, you will work with all the Criticaleye teams to understand the areas of expertise the Community needs and then work to identify the gaps we need to fill.

    You will utilise this knowledge to identify organisations and individuals who would benefit from the support of the Criticaleye Community, ultimately bringing value to our Members. On the Pre-sales side, you will then be able approach these leaders and companies in order to build relationships and set up business development meetings for colleagues, constantly maintaining a forward business pipeline.

    Our successful candidates must be a strong communicators and enthusiastic team players with a thirst for knowledge. The role suits social and commercially focused recent graduates, ideally based in or near London, with an interest in the world of business and a hunger to succeed.
     

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    • Research, identify and directly contact senior executives, non-executives and C-level decisions makers from an array of accounts
    • Analyse businesses, conduct sector research and map organisations using internal databases
    • Schedule and coordinate meetings with prospects for, where relevant, the Business Development, Non-Executive and Advisory Teams
    • Maintain and regularly update data and liaison information within our CRM and CMS systems
    • Collaborate across the company with other functions and individuals
    • Manage the new business pipeline, meet agreed key performance indicators and generate new business revenue

     

    Desired Skills and Experience

    • Undergraduate Degree qualified
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Ability to build effective relationships at all levels
    • Commercially astute with the ability to analyse and research complex information
    • Strong administrative skills and attention to detail
    • Highly motivated and outcome-focused

    Why us?

    • Dynamic and supportive team culture with regular company catch ups, seasonal parties, and team-building events!
    • To be part of an inclusive, diverse team, where you’re valued and uplifted by your peers
    • The chance to impact the organisation, its service offering, and success as a whole
    • An opportunity to learn from titans of industry with a focus on progression and development
    • Access to an unrivalled network of global business leaders
     
    To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Serena@criticaleye.com
  • ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT
    We are currently seeking an Accounts Assistant to join our growing finance team. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual looking to kick-start their career with a diverse portfolio of responsibilities.

    Based in our London office, the new Accounts Assistant will support the Accounts team in overseeing the day-to-day accounting and financial process of the company and its subsidiaries.

    The Accounts Assistant will be responsible for ensuring that the company’s finances are properly administered and monitored. The Accounts Assistant will be responsible for responding to all accountancy queries from customers, suppliers, and internal stakeholders.  

    The successful candidate will be a strong communicator and enthusiastic team player with excellent attention to detail.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    General duties include:

    • Process all sales and purchase invoices and ensure they are properly completed
    • Process employee and board mentor expenses
    • Process weekly supplier payments of all authorised purchase invoices by BACS
    • Process and resolve all supplier & creditor enquiries
    • Reconcile debtors and creditors balance on weekly basis
    • Process bank reconciliation and reconciliation of other control accounts
    • Ensure payments are received on time and chase up where necessary for credit control process
    • Undertake account reconciliations as required
    • Ensure monthly processing deadlines are met as required
    • Support preparation of weekly turnover and cashflow report
    • Support preparation of payroll and pension administration process


    General support:

    • Ability to establish effective working relationships and to work in a proactive and collaborative manner across the company.
    • Provide general administrative support to Accounts Team.
    • Keep abreast of changes in financial regulations and legislation
    • Work on ad-hoc projects as needed to meet the changing business environment


    Desired Skills and Experience 

    • An accountancy qualification or equivalent experience (ACCA & CIMA Part Qualified will be a plus)
    • Sound understanding of financial operations and accounting controls
    • Strong bookkeeping skills
    • Highly organised with excellent attention to detail and the ability to adhere to strict deadlines
    • Has an awareness of the importance of confidentiality, information security and data protection
    • Strong MS Office Skills (Outlook, Excel and Word), preference intermediate level for Excel skills
    • Knowledge of Xero, Sage or other accounting software would be highly desirable 


    Why us?

    • Dynamic and supportive team culture
    • A chance to impact the organisation and success as a whole
    • The opportunity to learn and progress for the right candidate
    • Access to an unrivalled network of global business leaders

    To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Rina@criticaleye.com 
  • RESEARCHER
    Founded in 2003, Criticaleye is the leading global community for board-level executives with offices based in both London and Hong Kong. We exist to provide our Members, who hail from Fortune 500 corporates through to private equity-backed businesses, with a safe, secure environment where they can develop further as leaders and, through access to the expertise and experiences of like-minded individuals, find the inspiration to improve organisational performance.  We take pride in delivering a personal, bespoke service to our members within a vibrant business community.
     
    Due to continued growth, we are currently seeking a Researcher to join our presales team. The Researcher will be responsible for providing business development support to help drive new business.
    Working closely with our business development managers, you will provide them with quality leads and information to help the team achieve their targets. In return you will be rewarded for any new business you help bring to the company and will gain an understanding of the core processes involved in conceptual selling.
     
    The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic team player, eager to learn and be willing to take instruction from a number of individuals. This role will suit a recent graduate with a genuine interest in business and a hunger to succeed.
     
    Key Duties and Responsibilities
    • Analyse target companies and conduct sector analysis
    • Research, identify and directly contact senior executives and C-level decisions makers from target companies
    • Coordinate and support all pre-sales activities including the distribution of sales and marketing collateral
    • Schedule and coordinate meetings for the Business Development Manager 
    •  Provide general administrative support to the Business Development team 

    Why us?
    • Dynamic and supportive team culture
    • Ongoing training to ensure a solid foundation for success
    • A chance to impact the organisation, its service offering and success as a whole
    • The opportunity to learn and progress for the right candidate


    Desired Skills and Experience:
    • Degree qualified
    • Confident and professional telephone manner
    • Commercially astute with the ability to analyse and research complex information
    • Strong administrative skills
    • Ability to build effective relationships at all levels
    • Excellent communication and presentation skills both written and verbal
    • Ability to multi-task without compromising strong attention to detail
    • Highly motivated and outcomes focused

    To apply please send your CV and covering letter to info@criticaleye.com
  • SENIOR RELATIONSHIP MANAGER
    Founded in 2003, Criticaleye is the leading global community for board-level executives. We exist to provide our Members, who hail from Fortune 500 corporates through to private equity-backed businesses, with a safe, secure environment where they can develop further as leaders and, through access to the expertise and experiences of like-minded individuals, find the inspiration to improve organisational performance. 
     
    We are a fast-growing, agile company, constantly looking for solutions to deliver a high level of customer service to our members. Based in London, we have a growing international membership and an office in Hong Kong – ‘Criticaleye Asia’. We take pride in delivering a personal, bespoke service to our members within a vibrant business community.

    Position Description

    We are currently seeking a Senior Relationship Manager to manage a diverse portfolio of a select group of CEOs, Non-Executive Directors and other senior individuals from FTSE, AIM, private equity, Small Cap, global corporations and public sector organisations. Typically these members are responsible for company turnover between £50m and £2bn. You will also be responsible for ensuring annual membership renewals, which directly contribute to the total revenue for the Company.

    The ideal candidate will be a creative team player with strong business acumen and excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will regularly attend and participate in Criticaleye events with decision-makers and Thought Leaders from some of the world’s pre-eminent companies, business schools and consultancies. You will be encouraged to think in an entrepreneurial manner, contribute to the strategy of the company and work as part of a great team!

    Responsibilities:

    Client Services

    • Develop, grow and retain relationships with members in your portfolio, ensuring you understand their business and personal career objectives
    • Create and facilitate a bespoke programme of support to each member in a timely fashion
    • Instigate relevant one-to-one connections between members and devise appropriate tailored events
    •  Implement all communication with members and liaise with their assistants when necessary
    • Provide general career advice to your clients as required, with the appropriate level of candour
    • Work collaboratively with Editorial, Marketing and Advisory Partnership teams on event programming and connections to ensure maximum value is being delivered to your members
    • Liaise with the Business Development Managers to ensure a smooth handover of new members and in turn pass on new member referrals
    • Work with the events team to ensure the smooth running of events
     
    Desired Skills and Experience:

    • 7+ years’ experience working in a Relationship Manager role or similar
    • Commercially astute with good sales and negotiation skills
    • Ability to engage with and advise senior level executives across a broad spectrum of industries and functions
    • Organised with excellent time management skills
    • Ability to multi-task without compromising strong attention to detail
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

    To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to info@criticaleye.com
  • EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
    Although we may not have an advertised position we are always happy to receive expression’s of interest for the following roles:
     
    Researcher
    Internships in Private Equity, Marketing, Editorial or Business Development
    Relationship Manager
     
    To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to info@criticaleye.com
  • BOARD MENTOR
    Board Mentors are currently in their non-executive portfolio career, having operated previously at Board level. They are appointed to Criticaleye on the strength of their personality, commercial expertise, reputation, ability to build relationships and connect, as well as having the desire to support Executive Members as a Mentor.
     
    Each Executive Member is allocated a dedicated Board Mentor as their 'sounding board' to formally engage with on a one-on -one basis. The wonderful diversity of Criticaleye Board Mentors represents the great breadth of the Membership and the ability to engage leadership in its broadest context. It is very important that the Board Mentor has a wealth of experience at a senior organisational level and is very active in their plural career, bringing to the Member insight and up to the date 'currency' on national/global issues and Board dynamics.
     
    As we continue to grow internationally we are particularly keen to connect with non-executives based in Europe, North America and Asia. If you feel that your profile fits well with the role of a Board Mentor, please contact Tom Beedham, Director of Board Mentors & Non-Executive Directors, by email tom@criticaleye.com.
     

"At Criticaleye, all members of our team have the opportunity to influence leaders of organisations, as well as engage with the core issues impacting businesses. Our unique learning environment within a friendly and supportive team is complemented by our culture of collaboration, challenge and trust."

Jamie Wilson, Managing Director Group Services, Criticaleye