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Highlights

Personalised mentoring to help you succeed in this data-driven business area

A hands-on, full-time role in our Operations team

Line managers and talent coaches carefully selected to suit your needs as an individual

UK requirements: 16 years of age; five GCSEs at A*-C (9-5) including Maths and English (or equivalent)

US requirements: 18 years of age; high school diploma (or equivalent)

About the role

A business of our scale needs complex global systems. We’re constantly processing trades and transactions; providing products to our customers and clients; maintaining accounts, and much more. To keep things running smoothly, we analyse our data thoroughly – and use it to improve customer experience, offer new products, and even develop new tech.

Ready for your first step in this field? Our various Operations apprenticeships around the world offer insight on the data, processes and technology that drives our bank – as well as insight on the career you could have with us.

What to expect

The structure of your apprenticeship will depend on your location and what’s available there, but wherever you are, our Operations opportunities guarantee two things. The first is hands-on experience of the ways Operations guides and drives our bank. The second is committed investment in your development, with mentors, coaches and line managers all there to guide your individual path.

How you’ll develop

We put thought and investment into every apprentice’s development here. You’ll feel that from day one, with our market-leading Talent Coach model. You’ll be surrounded by people who want you to succeed – including your line manager and your talent coach, selected to understand and support you individually.

Working in a full-time role, you’ll pick up new talents through hands-on experience, learning from the team around you. Throughout your programme, you’ll work through a range of skills, behaviours and areas of knowledge – and your colleagues will be there to guide you.

Alongside that, you’ll have dedicated time to develop your knowledge base – whether that means spending time on our e-learning platform or studying towards you further professional qualifications.

At each step, you’ll be encouraged to think differently about yourself – what you’re good at, what you’re capable of, who you could be. Your line manager will help you find your ideal place with us, and by the end, you won’t need to apply for a job here – you’ll already have one.

Who thrives here

For roles in Operations, you need

  • UK roles: five GCSEs at A*-C (9-5) including Maths and English (or equivalent)
  • US roles: high school diploma or equivalent

You’ll also need dedication. Our Foundation Apprenticeship creates opportunities for all sorts of people to thrive. Even if something’s held you back until now, we’ll help you excel, with our investment.

In return, we look for apprentices who’ll be committed to us too: willing to learn and driven to work hard. You’ll be ready to put in the work it takes to reach your potential, and we’ll be there to help you discover your path.

What to expect

Our Technology Apprenticeships are all about innovation – in the way you learn; the projects you help deliver; our model for tailored individual mentoring. Whatever your experience, whatever your age, it’s the chance to gain highly sought-after technical skills – and to do it within a household-name business. If you ever thought Technology was closed to you, we’ll help you think differently.

How you’ll develop

We put thought and investment into every apprentice’s development here. You’ll feel that from day one, with our market-leading Talent Coach model. You’ll be surrounded by people who want you to succeed – including your line manager and your talent coach, selected to understand and support you individually.

Working in a full-time role, you’ll pick up new talents through hands-on experience, learning from the team around you. Throughout your programme, you’ll work through a range of skills, behaviours and areas of knowledge – and your colleagues will be there to guide you.

Alongside that, you’ll have dedicated time to develop your knowledge base – whether that means spending time on our e-learning platform or studying towards you further professional qualifications.

At each step, you’ll be encouraged to think differently about yourself – what you’re good at, what you’re capable of, who you could be. Your line manager will help you find your ideal place with us, and by the end, you won’t need to apply for a job here – you’ll already have one.

Who thrives here

For roles in Technology, you need:

  • UK roles: five GCSEs at A*-C (9-5) including Maths and English (or equivalent)
  • US roles: high school diploma or equivalent

You’ll also need dedication. Technology roles are wide-ranging – Developers to Analysts to User Experience Designers – so you don’t have to become a coder to thrive here. What you do need though is the will to learn and the commitment to see your programme through. And of course, you’ll need a keen interest in helping us create the future of our bank. Ready to think differently about what’s possible in the tech world? Bring your ideas here.