Develop your skills and grow your ambition as you work, earn, and study for a nationally recognised qualification – do it with an apprenticeship.
Who are Lloyds looking for?
Lloyds Bank value the diversity and individuality of all their people, so above all, they are looking for people who are genuine, and comfortable being themselves.
All of Lloyds Apprenticeship Programmes are designed to give your career a great start, and you’ll be given plenty of opportunities and support to grow, but a lot is expected from you in return. Lloyds are looking for people with a passion for finance and for learning. People who are prepared to grab exciting opportunities as they’re offered, and who are great team players. They’ll expect you to show them that you’ve got the drive and determination to work towards your own goals, but also the ambition to succeed together as a team, as we help Britain prosper. That means you’ll also be expected to have excellent communication skills and even time management skills. Check out the Lloyds Banking Group employer page for the latest vacancies.
What kinds of roles do Lloyds offer?
Lloyds have a wide variety of Apprenticeship programmes available to you, including the following:
Customer Facing roles – you must be trustworthy and great at building relationships. You want your work to make a positive impact on other peoples’ lives. Examples of this role are:
- Assistant Relationship Manager
- Customer Service Assistant / Adviser
- Mortgage Telephony Consultant
- Personal Banking Adviser / Consultant
- Telephone Banking Consultant
Business and Technology – you aren’t necessarily ‘techie’ you’ll just love the way technology makes people’s lives easier. Apprenticeships in this area include:
- Digital Marketing Consultant
- IT Analyst/Consultant
- Software Developer
Finance roles – Do you weigh up all the evidence before forming a view? Can you base your view on facts and figures? Are you comfortable with numbers? Example of this are:
- Data Analyst
- Fraud Investigator
Customer & Business – good at working on projects and solving problems. Your analytical side means you can plan, improve and see projects through.
- Assistant Project Manager
- Customer Operations Assistant/Analyst
Marketing – You’ll really know how to engage people and shape their thinking.