Direct Channels is defined by our customers. They have chosen us to help support their futures. We always remember that our goals are to help build theirs. As an Advisor in Direct Channels, you will assist our customers on a range of consumer banking products including:
Personal & Business Current Accounts
Deposits and Investments
Personal Loand / Credit Cards / Overdrafts
Have a read of the job descriptions below and then, if you believe that a role in Direct Channels with Bank of Ireland is the right move for you, you can apply right from the page.
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A great personality with an ability to positively engage with customers and a commitment to customer service excellence
Minimum level 5 leaving certificate with Maths and English, or equivalent
Some positions may require professional qualifications or accreditations (e.g. QFA/APA) as outlined in the job advert
Bank of Ireland Direct Sales is located in Tallaght in Dublin, and in Loughboy in Kilkenny. See the maps below for exact locations.
Grow your experience
Opportunity to broaden and deepen your knowledge on consumer banking products
We will support your ongoing development through our online training portal, Learningzone, and a range of in-house training offerings
Support for further education through the Institute of Banking e.g. Professional Banker, Chartered Banker
Drive your career
With a team of over 11,000 strong, we're one of Ireland's largest employers with great opportunities to progress your career
A fun place to work
Sports and Social clubs, our Be At Your Best wellbeing programme and a range of gaming and recreational areas all in a casual work environment
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