Entrepreneurs not employees
We all have to start somewhere, and we’d love you to start something here. Astbury Marsden solves problems for clients and creates opportunities for candidates, so why not its own employees too?
Mark O’Reilly – International IntrapreneurHaving joined the business as a manager in 2006 and over the years that followed succeeded in building a variety of teams, Mark saw an opportunity to grow Astbury Marsden's presence in the Far East. So in typical antipodean style, he packed up his swag and relocated his family first to Hong Kong and then to Singapore. Over the last few years, he’s turned our brand in Asia from unrecognised up-start to regional leader.
Paul Bennie – Bennie MacleanPaul joined as a consultant in 2004. With a twinkle in his eye and an endless supply of quips to entertain the office, Paul established himself as key member of the Astbury Marsden team. Having long harboured an ambition to one day create his own business, Paul eventually chose to give it a go. For the last seven years he has been making his dream reality at Bennie Maclean. Like many Astbury Marsden alumni, Paul remains a good friend of the company who first gave him an opportunity.
Alex Horner - Horner and RobertsAlex joined Astbury Marsden in early 2011 focussed on building our operations business in Singapore and Hong Kong. With little presence initially, the Singapore office built the business to working with many of the top tier banks and funds in the region. After returning to the UK at the end of 2012, Alex decided to set up the recruitment business Horner and Roberts, where they’re already doing great things to differentiate themselves from their competition
Jamie Stokes – The River PartnershipJamie joined Astbury Marsden as a consultant way back in 2003. Although he was part of the MBO team in 2007, Jamie couldn't shake the desire to build something of his own. And that's just what he's done, establishing the River Partnership as a leading firm helping its clients to build winning teams. We still keep in regular touch with Jamie, seeking one another's counsel and sharing our experiences to our mutual benefit.
We grow people
And we’re growing too. We’re excited about our plans for expansion into new industries, new territories and new roles, and we’re determined to find the best people to join us.
We have many opportunities for ambitious, energetic, and resourceful professionals – perhaps you could cultivate your own success here too.
Life at Astbury Marsden is unlike other places. We won’t just show you the machine and leave you to get on with it. We offer development, experiment, and encouragement.
Poachers, gamekeepers, come one, come all. We excel by fostering in-depth knowledge of our markets, so who better than industry insiders. Could you rise to new challenges?
Your first appointment is a formative one. Our aim is to grow people as we grow. With care and encouragement, we’ll help you make the most of your talents, and make your experience at Astbury Marsden unforgettable.
If you’re feeling your ambitions are frustrated in your current role, or you’re ready to leap into a more challenging, consultative, but nonetheless energetic environment... well, what could be better?
Beyond the basic with pensions, medical and generous holiday.
We're a performance culture, with big bonuses and competitive compensation.
Hack Days – Big ideas days where you can influence company strategy.
By popular nomination, the stars of the month win something more than the plaudits of their peers.
The week ends here, now the weekend's here.
Energy is a core value – so look after your core too.
Quarterly, we roll out the red carpet to recognise high fliers.
Work hard and earn your place in the sun.
The opposite of daytime is playtime.
Busy people can always make time for others
Exciting city breaks reward those who hit the figures.
Work any start/finish time as long as you're in the office 10 – 4 and work the hours contracted
Half-day holiday on your birthday.
After three years service get a 20 working day sabattical. And another one after five years.