Nationwide financial advisers Jump Money have detailed its recruitment strategy, which aims to secure a total of 30 advisers within the company by the end of the year.
The Leeds-based advisory brand has increased its number of in-house advisers from two at the start of 2010 to 24 and is now looking to add six more before the year is out.
It predominantly offers life assurance and protection policy advice however it is also active in a number of other sectors including general insurance and private medical insurance.
An ongoing increase in monthly enquiries is the basis for the recruitment drive, the firm says.
The induction process for new recruits including home and classroom-based study, ongoing assessments, examinations, role plays followed by a fully monitored six-month probation period.
Successful candidates will become financial protection advisers.
Adam Temple , managing director of Jump Money, said: “As a Leeds-based business operating in the heart of the city we are focused on providing local employment opportunities. This is why we have set out a comprehensive recruitment strategy that seeks to recruit quality individuals