At Bank of Ireland, we're looking for people-focussed people. People who like people. People that people engage with. People that people warm to. In other words, people people.
We're looking for your expertise and your enthusiasm to join a bigger, better place. If you're good with people, then Bank of Ireland is a good move for you.
So whether you're APA or QFA accredited or studying towards these qualifications please join us to find out why Bank of Ireland is for you. We will have refreshment on the night plus some time to network so its a great chance for you to talk to some of our key leaders within the business.
We'll take just an hour of your time and you'll get to hear from our advisors who can tell you all about our range of opportunities and how we can help support, grow and further educate your career.
We look forward to meeting you.
To register your interest in attending the Bank of Ireland Recruitment Open Evening, please enter your details below.
"Definitely getting to spend my day with our customers. I take great pride in my work as often times the advice that we can offer to our customers is the first step in helping them to achieve their dreams."
"The main challenge in my role as Customer Advisor is reacting to a constantly changing environment. Fortunately, the Bank and my colleagues give me support and the opportunity to learn and develop my skills. I also enjoy a challenge so it keeps me on my feet!"
Have a read of the job specifications below and then, if you believe that an advisor role with Bank of Ireland is the right move for you, you can apply right from the page.
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