(with London uplift of £3,450)
Our goal in Risk
Our role is to make sure we're doing the right thing as an organisation - for our people and our customers. Risk management allows us to strike a balance between taking risks and reducing them.
It's our responsibility to manage risk across the bank, ensuring we have the right culture, strategy and rules in place. We also manage interactions with key regulators, providing trusted advice to the colleagues who are serving our customers.
Is our Risk Internship for you?
Do you like to use your problem solving and critical thinking abilities? Do like the idea of analysing compliance, Policy and frameworks to protect our business and customers? Our 8 week or 12 month Risk Internship Programme could be the place for you. This is a chance to learn about the models and practices we use for managing risk throughout our business.
The aim of this internship is to give you a taste of what it’s like to work here, along with valuable skills and experiences that you’ll bring into your future career.
What you can expect from the programme
- A chance to develop you qualitative and quantitative skills
- A stronger data analysis and report writing skillset
- Engagement with senior stakeholders across the whole bank
Where can our Risk Internship take you?
Support from day one
For the full eight weeks, we’ll pair you with a ‘buddy’ and a line manager, who’ll support you in gaining valuable experience to help guide your career choices.
Make a difference
During the programme, you’ll also work on a Social Impact Project. This’ll help you to develop keys skills covering team working, planning, creative thinking, business plan writing and problem solving – all while contributing to a valuable cause.
A great start to your career
At the end of the placement, we’ll assess you on what you’ve learned. Complete this successfully and you could be offered a place on our 2024 Risk Graduate Programme, where you can carry the skills you’ve learnt forward and take the next step in your career.
Applying and eligibility
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