Still recruiting throughout COVID‑19
About Bank Of England
At the Bank of England, we look after the UK’s economy. To do our job well, we bring together people from a wide variety of backgrounds with a diverse mix of skills. We want challengers and thinkers, new ideas and fresh voices. Your unique perspective could help transform our economy, affecting the lives of millions of people every day.
We offer a variety of programmes to school leavers, students and graduates. These include apprenticeships, industrial placements, internships, and graduate development programmes.
Training is a key part of our programmes and it is something that we value. Our programmes allow you to develop your skills and build your expertise.
We recognise that passions shift, and people evolve, so there are many career pathways available within the organisation. From technology and regulations, to policy analysis and economics, every team uses their passion, skill and unique perspective to tackle projects that shape the economy.
2020 has been a challenging year for the UK economy, and we have been working hard – from our living rooms and kitchens - to respond to Covid-19. Working from home is nothing new for us, as the Bank of England encourages flexible working.
As well as a flexible working environment, we also offer a competitive benefits package and have a wide range of services and initiatives in place to support staff wellbeing.
We encourage people to bring their whole selves to work and to be themselves. Beyond the day job, there are a wide range of societies, clubs and networks on offer, which cater to a variety of interests.
accountancy, banking and finance
Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Fareham, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham
- Threadneedle Street
- EC2R 8AH