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Typical roles at the firm

  • Graduate Associate/Associate

    Supporting the teams in placing executive search roles by attending client calls, conducting desk-based research, speaking to potential candidates and sources and compiling client reports.

  • Senior Associate

    Starting to take the lead in client-facing responsibilities. With greater ownership of delivering searches you will develop specialized knowledge in one or more areas. You will shadow our more senior staff to learn and mentor junior colleagues.

  • Consultant

    Leading interviews and managing candidates and clients, you will balance the hands-on and strategic aspects of search assignments. You might also speak with existing clients to bring in new business and network with new potential clients.

  • Search Director

    With a likely focus on business development, you will retain involvement and oversight of search delivery. You will specialize in one or more areas and often have leadership responsibilities within the team.

  • Search Partner

    As a thought leader and subject matter expert, you will be a brand ambassador for the firm. You will spearhead a practice, regionally or globally, and lead your respective team.

  • Business Services

    With roles across all levels, this is an opportunity to work with a broad range of colleagues. Our in-house functions lead and drive finance, technology, HR, marketing, legal and business support.

Our in-house learning and development programme

The Leathwaite Academy, our learning and development programme, means we can advance our employees’ technical and non-technical skills in an informal environment. Focused around four key pillars: Learn, develop, inspire and think – we explore ways to encourage and inspire our people to learn and develop in a way that works for them, our business and our brand.

Leathwaite employees at an I am Remarkable Event

We’re a certified Disability Confident Employer

Disability Confident is a UK government initiative designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions. It is voluntary and has been developed by employers and disabled people’s representatives.

As a Disability Confident Employer we:

  • Have undertaken and successfully completed the Disability Confident self assessment
  • Are taking all of the core actions to be a Disability Confident employer
  • Are offering at least one activity to get the right people for our business and at least one activity to keep and develop our people

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