Explore a Career with Tier One Capital

We are thrilled to be providing team members with the unique personal development and learning experience that comes with being part of a small start up successfully gathering traction in all parts of its proposition. Already we have seen Team Executives progressing into management roles, we have supported Graduates to become fully industry competent and regulated, and, most satisfying of all, we have seen Team members who have delivered excellence become equity shareholders.

Along the way, Team members have honed and refined their core competencies, have been taken out of their comfort zones, and have grown their personal skill sets exponentially as they react and adapt to a stimulating, challenging and supportive environment.  

Whilst applicant Team members must display a core aptitude and talent in their chosen field, Tier One Capital hires predominantly for attitude, determination and proactivity. We are always happy to be introduced to new individuals willing to make the commitment to excellence necessary to contribute to our small but talented and driven team.

Learn, Grow, Do and Enjoy

Should you wish to be notified for any positions that may arise, you are welcome to provide us with both your CV and a cover letter describing yourself, your experience and your career aspirations at your convenience: 

  • By Post: Tier One Capital, Keel House, Garth Heads, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2JE
  • By Email: chris@tieronecapital.co.uk


  • 1. Consumers could see prices fall by up to 1.2% if Britain were to abolish all tariffs once it has left the European Union, a report says.
  • 2. Harvey Weinstein's former company has filed for bankruptcy, months after the Oscar-winning producer was accused of multiple sexual assaults.
  • 3. Facebook's shares have fallen sharply, wiping $37bn off the firm's value, as it faces questions from US and UK politicians about its privacy rules.
  • 4. Shares in Carpetright and Mothercare have plunged amid fears about the retailers' futures.
  • 5. "Irresponsible" company directors who profit from their firm's failure face a fresh crackdown under government plans.