Location: Triton Square, London
Start date: February 2018
Programme: 20 week returnship
Santander’s returnships programme is all about recognising the valuable skills and abilities you’ve developed in your working life so far. If you’re a professional and you’re looking to return from a career break of more than one year, this programme is for you.
What are they offering?
It’s a 20-week scheme, during which you’ll have all the help you need to ease back into your career. That will include technical training along with coaching to develop your soft skills, such as leadership, communication and decision making. What’s more, you’ll have a dedicated mentor on hand, ready to guide you and answer any questions you might have as you continue on your career journey.
The first day will be Monday the 19th of February 2018. Your first week will be orientation focused easing you into our business. You will get introduced to your buddy, line manager and into the 20 week programme by the Learning, Talent and Development team.
Who are they looking for?
They’re currently recruiting senior roles into 2 divisions: Programme Management & Financial Crime:
- As a Programme Manager you will get the opportunity to be involved in the numerous transformation plans, projects, work streams and process improvement activities that are happening across Santander. You will be responsible for the management and effectiveness of a variety of projects that fall within the business area that you are aligned to. You will have previous experience of managing complex programmes and projects, together with experience in managing complexity, ambiguity and change across the business.
- As a Senior Manager within the Corporate Banking Financial Crime Team based in London, you’ll help protect Santander’s customers against Financial Crime throughout the relationship lifecycle. You will be providing an excellent customer experience; and ensuring that their processes protect their customers, shareholders, and the communities that support them from increasingly complex threats. You will have previous experience of working in Financial Crime and knowledge of the global legislative and regulatory framework for Financial Crime.
With over 150 years of experience, Santander has built a strong, international presence, with more branches worldwide than any other bank. Dedicated to making things simple, personal and fair for their customers, their aim is to become the best bank in the UK, and they know they can’t make it happen without their people. That’s why they promote an environment where everyone counts. Santander is committed to being fully inclusive and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Through their partnerships and employee led networks they seek to empower everyone to develop their full potential. They are proud to have been accredited as one of Britain’s Top Employers by the Top Employers Institute since 2012.
How to apply
You can find more information on the roles, the programme, and how to apply, together with support with your CV and interview skills, via this link: Santander Jobs
Applications will close on 5th November 2017 (extended)
If your online application is successful, a member of the resourcing team will contact you via telephone to discuss your experience and the opportunity in more detail. If you’re successful following your call, you’ll be invited to the Recruitment Readiness day on Tuesday 28th of November in London. The day will give you the opportunity to explore what it’s like to work at Santander. You’ll also meet some of the current team and find out more about the returnship programme. If you’re still interested, you’ll be invited to an interview with the hiring manager.
With any questions, please email email@example.com or call 0870 414 9080