3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 21, 2016 8:02 PM by Karthik Selvaraj RSS

    Information Analyst & QlikView Developer - Majedie Asset Management, London, United Kingdom

    Sarah Hymers

      Job description


      We are looking to recruit an information analyst to assist in developing and maintaining our BI applications, alongside ad hoc data and programming projects for our other information systems. The successful candidate will join a small, close-knit team with a strong collegiate culture. Majedie’s information team is very much integrated within the wider business, and so the ability to communicate with colleagues across all levels is important.

      Required skills and experience:

      • 2 years’ solid experience of developing/designing applications in QlikView or QlikSense, including advanced data models and expressions
      • Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel
      • Numerate and analytical
      • Track record of picking up others’ development work
      • Familiarity with SQL technologies would be a bonus
      • Experience or familiarity with the asset management industry would be advantageous but is not essential


      This is a full-time, permanent role based in London - candidates must have a UK work permit.

      We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.  This is a permanent full-time role based in the UK.




      Majedie Asset Management, established in 2002, is an independent investment boutique that actively manages equities for institutional investors, wealth managers and endowments across a range of UK and Global strategies.

      Majedie was founded by a team from Mercury Asset Management with a clear aim: simply to make money for our clients. We are proud of our distinctive, long-term track record - but remain as hungry to perform today as we were on day one.

      Importantly, every Majedie employee owns equity in the business; we are in partnership with our clients and here to stay. Similarly, our fund managers all invest in Majedie funds, further aligning our interests with those of our clients.

      We view our capacity as scarce; we believe investment performance suffers from diseconomies of scale if assets under management grow too large. We are determined to maintain the size advantage for our clients and therefore limit the available capacity in each of our funds.

      Assets under management total approximately £11bn ($16bn).