Do you have a passion to help people create wealth and help them secure their futures?
If you answer is YES then move and become one of Liberty’s Wealth Advisers.
Your journey with Liberty will start with family and end with family. Liberty believes in people who believes in themselves and who have a strong desire to make success of their lives.
We strive to create an environment where motivated people with a positive attitude can make a real difference in their own lives and the lives and others. Becoming a Wealth Adviser at Liberty will give you the opportunity to partner with your client’s through their life journey, uncovering their financial objectives, and then creating plans to fulfill them. You will get to know your client’s on a personal level, understanding the client’s personal situation and needs, financial goals and future life plans.
We create a uniquely Financial Plan to help our client’s in areas that covers investments, insurance and retirement planning, thus creating wealth and financial peace-of-mind for their client’s. This opportunity offers an exciting career within the financial services industry, full training, accreditation and licensing by the Financial Services Board.
sales : 2 to 3 years
Grade 12 ( compulsory)
Valid driver’s licence (compulsory)
Own reliable transport (compulsory)
Further to meeting all the minimum requirements, the following criteria would be essential:
Entrepreneurial mind-set ( must be able to work independently )
Exceptional Interpersonal skills
An established network of clients and ability to prospect for new business
Effective planning, organising and time management skills
Even if you do not have industry experience, our comprehensive training programme and on-going mentoring, will provide you with the knowledge and skills to be successful.
If building your own professional and profitable business practice appeals to you, then this opportunity will be ideal.
Should you not receive a reply from us within 3 weeks from the date of applying, please consider your application as unsuccessful.