As with most things in Bank of Ireland, Inclusion & Diversity is at the heart of our hiring process. We believe Culture, race and ethnic diversity is an important component of implementing Inclusion & Diversity across our organisation.
We strive to look the personal and professional development, and the career growth of all colleagues.
Careers at Bank of Ireland are shaped by our values, and every day you will experience colleagues truly live these values in their actions.
We understand our customers well. We listen to them to ensure they feel valued. We use our insights to consider how best to serve their needs. We take appropriate actions to deliver solutions to meet customers’ changing requirements.
We know we work smarter when we come together behind our common purpose. We learn from each other and share ideas to expand our thinking. We build an open, trusting and collaborative environment and foster diversity of thought, ideas and experiences to spark creativity.
We embrace change with an open mind and a can-do attitude. We respond quickly and productively seek different perspectives. We challenge ourselves to look for new and simplified ways to efficiently deliver the best solutions for our customers.
We are empowered to take ownership and trusted to do the right thing to support our customers, colleagues and communities. We lead by example and challenge ourselves and each other to do our best work at all times. We learn from our mistakes and celebrate our successes together.
"I believe in creating a culture of equity and fairness in a psychologically safe environment within my team. Ensuring that all opinions are respectfully heard and acted upon is a key to success in any environment."
"We’re always striving for innovation and our managers always encourage creativity and thinking outside the box. I am proud to be part of an organization that supports employees to grow personally and professionally by providing right tools."
Risk Innovation Manager
"My voice is equal within our wider team, and that brings a sense of belonging and true collaboration. Having a strong sense of belonging at work helps me to have a great connection with the customers we serve.”
Are you currently studying for your undergraduate or postgraduate qualifications? Have you recently graduated? Bank of Ireland offer an award winning Graduate Programme to give you the best start in your career.
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.
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.
Your continuing commitment to personal development will be supported through our Learning and Development offering.
From meditation to football, whatever keeps you sharp we’re up for nurturing with our improvement benefits.
We provide a range of benefits to support you to deliver your best.
Our career framework will help you direct your own career so you can capitalise on the many opportunities within the organisation.
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Bank of Ireland is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. In the UK, Bank of Ireland is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Prudential Regulation Authority and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Details about the extent of our authorisation and regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority, and regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority are available from us on request. By proceeding any further you will be deemed to have read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement.
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