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Bank of England Career Returners Programme

Launch Events

Registration for these events is now closed

Location: London

Dates: 26 & 27 March 2019

Programme: Launch event for 6-month paid returnship, starting September 2019

The Bank of England is again partnering with Women Returners to co-host two launch events for their 2019 Career Returners programme, for professionals looking to return to work after an extended career break. The Bank is committed to having a diverse and inclusive work environment and they value the experience and knowledge that a career returner brings to the workplace.

The events will be held on Tuesday 26 March and Wednesday 27 March at the Bank of England offices in Moorgate, London. Join us for a morning of speaker sessions and informal networking, to learn about life at the Bank and to find out more about the Career Returners programme. You will also benefit from a Women Returners coaching workshop on preparing for your return to work. Both events will cover what it is like to work at the Bank, details of the returner programme and a session run by our returner partner Women Returners. If you are unable to secure a place on the day hosted by your preferred business area please do attend the alternative event date as you will still learn some useful information.

Eligibility for the Event

Event details

For roles within the Legal Directorate and the Prudential Regulation Authority

OR

For roles within the Technology Directorate, including Project Management

To Register for the Event

If you have any questions, please email: Recruitment-PRA-Supervision@bankofengland.gsi.gov.uk

Closing date for registration: 20 March 2019 (extended)

About the Career Returners Programme

About the Bank of England

The Bank of England is the UK’s central bank. Their mission is to promote the good of the people by maintaining monetary and financial stability.The Bank’s monetary policy objective is to deliver price stability and, subject to that, to support the Government’s economic objectives including those for growth and employment.

The Bank is absolutely committed to having an inclusive environment. They are keen to receive applications from all candidates who might be interested in working flexibly, including part-time working. Join them, and together you’ll get you the training, support and tailored working options you need to potentially build a lasting and impactful career within the Bank.