Sprott Global Resource Investments

Employment Opportunities

Sprott Global Resource Investments is always interested in attracting intellectual capital. Without innovative, independent thinkers, we would be nothing more than a collection of desks, phones and computers. Unlike most brokerage firms, we do not seek sales people to staff our sales department. Rather, we look for individuals with an education and/or work experience in the field of earth sciences. We believe that an account executive with this background can help identify attractive investment opportunities by supplementing the research performed by Rick Rule and other analysts. Being able to monitor the progress of exploration and development programs by properly evaluating technical information issued by companies and communicating that information to our client base is critical to our business. We don't believe the average stockbroker possesses that capability. We are a specialty firm, and thus seek special people to work for us.

If you possess a technical degree in a natural resource related discipline, such as engineering or geology, and industry experience in oil & gas, minerals, agriculture, forestry or power generation, we would be very interested in talking to you. Accounting or finance majors with practical resource industry experience are also urged to apply. No brokerage experience is required as we will provide that training. Relocation to Southern California and a willingness to pass securities industry licensing exams are required. Please mail your resume to hr@sprottglobal.com or fax to 760-943-3925.

 

If you are (or would like to be) an independent investment advisor that shares our interest in the resource and precious metals sector, contact us to discuss the possiblity of joining us as an independent or branch office.

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