The customer is at the heart of everything we do, and while we have structured our business into different customer segments our customer philosophy remains the same. Whether we interact face to face, over the phone or online our ambition is that each customer whether personal or business feels valued and listened to every time they interact with us.
To achieve this goal we are always looking for bright, ambitious people that want to make a difference by helping others. If you are a people person who enjoys building relationships and feel you can help us to continue to offer innovative customer service we would love to hear from you.
|Head of Manufacturing||4||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||One Group, one team - Leader||Agile - Leader||Customer Focused - Leader||Accountable - Leader||Manage Risk - Leader||21866||Dublin||Dublin||Ireland||Dublin, Ireland||Customer and Relationship Management||Description of Business Unit: Business Banking is part of Retail Ireland within Bank of Ireland Group. The Business Banking team is responsible for the growth and management of the lending portfolio for Business Customers. Business Banking directl...|
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