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After doing my degree, I wasn’t necessarily looking for a Personal Assistant (PA) role, but when I came for an interview at Barclays, I thought the team worked together well and had to come aboard. And, here I am, nine years later.
Having a child and developing in my career was no problem at first, however when my second was born, the added responsibilities and the long commute from Dorking to London each day made me revaluate my options.
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I first joined Barclays in January of 2010 as a cashier but quickly moved into a role within Personal Banking. After that I went into Mortgages where I now work as a Mortgage Advisor. I immediately felt right at home. My career progression has been great and I’ve felt both challenged and excited by the opportunities I’ve been given.
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My role within Business Banking is to support and develop small business managers to on-board and grow our new start up customers across the East London community. I play a key role in encouraging and motivating our small business…
I have worked within Business Banking for 11 years. I am here to help build the relationship with the clients and to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible for them.
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When I joined six years ago, I’d always seen Barclays as a desirable company to work for. Friends who’d worked here had also told me about the great benefits, social life, community involvement and flexible working. But I probably didn’t…
There are so many opportunities to take advantage of at Barclays. It’s a massive business. So whatever your strengths, skills or area of interest, there is bound to be an avenue for you to explore. You can count on plenty of help and support too.
Since I arrived here, Barclays has really opened my eyes to the banking sector. The people who work here and their commitment to upholding the company’s multicultural ethic are extremely valuable.
I ask myself that exact question all the time. Being a Principal Designer of customer experience at Barclays, my job is to look at our end-to-end service design across all of our channels, improving and developing digital banking so that it fits seamlessly around people’s lives. So that’s where I fit in to the […]
I’ve been at Barclays for over two years now. I joined the business straight from university where I’d studied Geography. Starting out on the Tech and Innovation programme involving four rotations: the first, user experience design; a spell with the …
I’d originally applied for the Marketing graduate programme. While I was doing my economics degree, I was working for a consultancy firm taking care of the sales and marketing side of things so this seemed to make sense. However…
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