Powering the economy

We’re the largest lender into the Irish economy


Range of opportunities

With a team over 11,000 strong, we're one of Ireland’s largest employers


Giving back

We've donated €25.5 million to our charities in the last eight years


We're global

We’ve set down roots in Ireland, the UK, France, Germany and the U.S.


Grow your new career

More than 2,900 of our colleagues achieve professional qualifications each year


Customer connections

We process 220 customer interactions every minute of every day

We're big, but we're small

Even though we have the scale to provide you with literally endless career opportunities, we make amazing things happen by working in small teams.

We’re on a journey

Follow our path to leading the industry in creating a digital first environment.

We’re a customer company

We are defined by our customers. They’ve chosen us to help support their futures. We always remember that our goals are to help build theirs.


More than a bank

 “They’ve done loads more than just give us finance. We’ve got business advice, connections to other start ups - it’s not what we expected from a Bank at all” Hesus Inoma, Founder of WeSavvy and Bank of Ireland customer.


Bank of Ireland UK partners with two of the UK’s most trusted brands – The Post Office and the AA – to provide simple and transparent financial products to millions of customers. Working in partnership is core to our DNA – in how we think, the way we work, behave and deliver.

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In the world of almost total connectivity customers expect instant support. And rightly so. We're available 24/7.

We want your ideas

We encourage fresh thinking, valuing inputs great and small. Whether the idea is brilliant, mad or downright obvious, we’ll always be interested in your insight. In fact, it's what we'll expect from you too. Here’s a snapshot of what’s happening right now.

What makes a job with us better?

Our greatest asset walks in and out of our offices every day; our people. That’s why we strive to look after their personal and professional development and the growth of their careers.


Professional training

There is a range of supports available for your professional qualifications, including time off to study.



Alongside our commitment to our charity partners, we donate a day a year for you to give back to your community and help a charity or cause you’re truly passionate about.


Personal development

Your continuing commitment to personal development will be supported through our Learning and Development offering.


Look after yourself

From meditation to football, whatever keeps you sharp we’re up for nurturing with our improvement benefits.


Pay & benefits

We provide a range of benefits to support you to deliver your best.


Drive your new career journey

Our new career framework will help you direct your own career so you can capitalise on the many opportunities within the organisation.

What’s happening right now?

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Opportunities in Direct Sales

Bank of Ireland Direct Channels is defined by our customers. They have chosen us to help support their futures, and we always remember that our goal is to help build theirs. Click the link to read more about how a role in Direct Channels could be the best step to have your career take off.


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Free career advice on us

At Bank of Ireland, it’s vital for our colleagues to understand how to direct their career paths. Over time, this allows them to see a full view of where they are and how they can shape their abilities and ultimately their futures. The Career Portal is an innovative tool, sourcing an ongoing supply of multi-media resources to provide practical help and guidance. You can now use the tools at your disposal to learn about your strengths and plan and play on them to positively impact your career.


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Audit - Never stop asking why!

Asking the right questions is a core part of an Auditor’s role, and at Bank of Ireland we know the best questions are asked in the best environments. That’s why in Group Internal Audit you’ll not only work on a variety of projects and challenges, you’ll also benefit from and receive the support and training you need to progress your career.