Retail Banking: currently 819 jobs.The latest job was posted on 27 May 18.
Retail Banking Jobs
While retail banking has traditionally implied a high street presence, in today's financial world a large proportion of retail banking now takes place online and via the telephone. And jobs in retail banking now cover a much broader spectrum of delivery channels.
From current accounts and savings through to debit card, credit cards, mortgages, insurance and personal loans, retail banking is a vital part of the financial services industry which creates exciting opportunities for anyone within it.
Available Jobs within Retail Banking
Junior bankers will be responsible for dealing with customer queries and servicing their basic needs via the branch network or over the phone.
They will also be responsible for identifying potential product leads within their customer base and selling extended services, as well as carrying out the basic administration functions of the bank.
In some institutions retail banking jobs will also include wealth management services for high-net-worth customers as well as financial planning services, especially focused on retirement provision.
Away from traditional processes, banks also recruit product managers and product developers to create and deliver new innovative services. There are also marketing based jobs tasked with identifying the needs of the customer base and implementing the promotional campaigns necessary to bring new products to market.
Jobs are available in operations management, business analysis, project management and change management as well as anti-money laundering and fraud prevention. There are also positions responsible for assessing risk, both for mortgages and other loans across the retail network.
The Opportunities for Graduates in Retail Banking
Graduates are increasingly the targets of retail banking recruitment and offer the opportunity for individuals with the correct qualifications to be fast-tracked to managerial positions.
After a training programme that might involve job rotation and last around two-years, the graduate will have learned the basics of financial products, leadership and customer service. Then the graduates are given more responsibility, like managing a branch or leading a sales function, providing the foundation for future success.