Primary Location UK-ENG-London
Job Posting 14-Nov-2022, 12:01:00 AM
First year internship
Length: Six weeks over the summer
Who are we looking for?
We want people who are eager to learn and serious about building a career at the heart of the UK economy. You will also need to know what we do, share our purpose, and be genuinely motivated to join the Bank of England.
To apply for the First Year Internship you must meet the below entry requirements:
We are committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive workforce, so we welcome applications from candidates with all backgrounds.
What you’ll learn?
You’ll learn more about our role in the economy and gain ‘on-the-job’ skills.
We’ll assign you to a team and you’ll work on a specific project.
You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more by attending talks and networking events.
When you apply, we’ll ask you about your areas of interest. Find out more about what we do.
If your performance is outstanding, we may consider you for a place on our Penultimate Year Internship or Industrial Placement program.
If successful, you will be allocated to Insurance Supervision.
We anonymise applications so hiring managers will not be able to see your personal information such as name and address when reviewing your submission. There is some minimum eligibility criteria for this role and in order to be considered you will need to pass all the questions. Please complete the application form questions as requested because incomplete submissions may not be reviewed.
We continue to build an inclusive culture where everyone can be their whole selves and produce their best work. Our focus on inclusion is intended to build greater diversity in order to reflect the society we serve and be an employer of choice.
Application deadline is 12:00PM (GMT) on Tuesday 3rd January 2023.
About The Bank of England
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Sometimes known as the “Old Lady” of Threadneedle Street, the Bank was founded in 1694 with a founding charter that stated its purpose was to “promote the public good and benefit of our people”.
The Bank of England’s purpose today reflects that vision first articulated by our founders. Our mission: to promote the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability.