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Work with us

Interested in working for The London Institute of Banking & Finance?

Working with us means becoming part of a passionate team focused on a common goal – to advance banking and finance by providing outstanding education and thinking, tailored to the needs of business, individuals, and society.

We offer a welcoming atmosphere, a strong team spirit, hybrid working, competitive salaries and a range of excellent benefits. We are based in the historic city of Canterbury and the bustling centre of London's financial district. We invest heavily in the development of our people to ensure we are continually evolving and are able provide our stakeholders with the capability, skills, knowledge and connections that they need throughout their entire careers and lives.

Our people are very important to us and this has been externally recognised by being shortlisted on two occasions for the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards as “Workplace of the Year”.

The London Institute of Banking & Finance retained Investors In People Silver accreditation in 2021 during a global pandemic and has improved in 8 out of 9  indicators. This achievement is a testament to the hard work of all of our staff as well as to the culture we’re seeking to develop.

We're looking for talented and motivated staff who share our commitment to financial education and lifelong learning as well as people who are interested in bringing our values to life. If this sounds like you, apply for one of our current vacancies below, or for more information please email our HR team.

Before applying for any position with us please read our Recruitment Privacy Policy.

Vacancies

Based: Home
Fees: Dependent on project and role
Contract Type: Project based



LIBF’s Learning Provision team is responsible for a range of digital learning and assessment programmes. To help us design, develop and deliver those programmes, we are seeking freelancers with expertise and skills in the following areas:

 

  • Educational content production – digital copy editing and development editing (using Word with tracked changes), proofreading, writing linking content and formative assessment items in interactive formats for students eg multiple choice, drag and drop, etc.
  • Multimedia production – graphic design, audio and video production, including filming, editing and animation using the Adobe Creative Cloud suite, as well as voiceover artists;
  • Learning technology – creative flair in the use of a range of software packages such as H5P, Adobe Creative Cloud suite, Zoom, Articulate 360 suite, Camtasia, Vyond, or equivalent, ideally with a working knowledge of D2L’s Brightspace virtual learning environment, HTML and CSS.

 

Freelancers will be expected to provide their own equipment and access to the relevant software. Any intellectual property created within an LIBF project resides with LIBF. Expertise in banking and finance subject areas is not required.

 

Please also note the following: The roles that need to be filled are project based and we are looking to create a pool of freelancers. This means that there will not always be projects across all disciplines so please note that if you don’t hear back from us this doesn’t mean that you’ve been unsuccessful.

Depending on the number of CVs we receive we may close the advert early.

Due to the high volume we receive it will not be possible to respond to all applicants, but all CVs will be kept on file for a year should other opportunities arise.

 

The London Institute of Banking & Finance is a leading provider of financial education and has been at the heart of the finance sector since 1879. We’re a specialist university providing undergraduate and postgraduate degrees for students aiming to pursue a career in banking and finance. Our focus is on lifelong learning: equipping individuals with the knowledge, skills, and qualifications to achieve what they want throughout their career and life.

Before applying for any role please read our Recruitment Privacy Policy found at the top of this page.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please send your CV and a short statement indicating the role(s) you are interested in, your experience and your normal day rate to recruitment@libf.ac.uk.

For an informal chat, please email editorial@libf.ac.uk , multimedia@libf.ac.uk or learningtechnology@libf.ac.uk.

Based: Hybrid/Canterbury/London*

Salary: £24,500 – £26, 910, depending on experience

Hours: 37.5 hours, Monday to Friday


Are you looking to start/advance your career in Project Management having already gained 2 years’ office / project experience?

Do you have experience of working in an education environment?

Do you have experience of forming strong working relationships, multi-tasking and working to deadlines?

Then apply for our Project Coordinator role!

 

*This role offers hybrid and flexible working options but attendance at either our Canterbury or London offices for training, role-based tasks and meetings will be required.

 

We are recruiting for an enthusiastic Project Coordinator to help support and manage the development and delivery of our educational programmes across LIBF’s business areas.

The Project Coordinator will provide support to the Project Manager by coordinating teams throughout the project process, contribute to and maintain effective project plans, collate and analyse project feedback and manage day-to-day project queries.

The successful candidate will be well organised, have excellent interpersonal skills to develop strong working relationships, enjoy problem-solving and demonstrate the ability to work both independently and as part of a wider team. Experience in an office / project setting is essential for this role and the ability to adapt to different working environments is desirable.



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If you are looking to advance your career in a project setting or looking to take your career in a different direction, then please apply by sending in your CV with covering letter explaining your suitability for the role. Please note that CVs without a covering letter will not be considered.

 

Before applying for any role please read our Recruitment Privacy Policy found at the top of this page.

To apply submit your CV with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role to recruitment@libf.ac.uk. Please note that CVs without a covering letter will not be considered.

 

Please note that depending on number of CVs we receive; we may close the advert early. Due to the high volumes we receive, it may not be possible to respond to all applicants who are unsuccessful.

 

First round of interviews to be held the week commencing 19th September in our Canterbury office.

Based: Canterbury/London/Home Based *
Salary: £27,000  -  £27,945 depending on experience
Hours:  37.5 hours per week


Do you have experience working in quality assurance, complaints handling and regulatory compliance within the education sectors?


Do you have experience of preparing committee agendas, minute taking and ensuring documents are processed through committees?


Then come and work for us!


We are looking for an HE Quality Officer to join our Quality, Policy and Regulation team to support quality assurance and compliance activities that ensure we meet the requirements of our regulators, and to support the processing and resolution of student complaints and appeals.


There are two main aspects of this role. Firstly, to support in quality assurance activities including managing our academic committees, tracking work through these committees, preparing agendas and writing minutes. Secondly, to manage the student complaints/appeals and early resolution processes, ensuring student complaints and appeals are managed in accordance with policy and processed through to resolution.


To be successful in this role you’ll need to:

 

  • be highly organised and ability to prioritise tasks
  • have a keen eye for detail
  • have excellent communication skills
  • be good at interpreting requirements and articulating these clearly to colleagues and students
  • identify areas of improvement and suggest solutions in line with written requirements.

Previous experience of complaints handling or problem resolution, coordinating committees, undertaking secretarial duties and having an understanding of the educational sector would be desirable but is not essential.


*This role can be based in either our Canterbury or London Office with homeworking available when not required in the office for training, adhoc meetings, events and onsite committees.


During the training period, you will be required  to attend the office three days per week.


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The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) is a leading provider of financial education and professional qualifications around the world. We provide qualifications in schools around the UK; we are a university college, providing degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level; and we award professional qualifications for people working in the finance sector.


Here at The London Institute of Banking & Finance we support our staff to create work-life balance which works for them and welcome candidates looking for career flexibility. We are open to discussing flexible working at interview stage.


Before applying for any role please read our Recruitment Privacy Policy found at the top of this page.


To apply submit your CV with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role to recruitment@libf.ac.uk. Please note that CVs without a covering letter won’t be considered.


Please note that depending on number of CVs we receive; we may close the advert early. Due to the high volumes we receive, it may not be possible to respond to all applicants who are unsuccessful.


Closing date:      30 September 2022

Interviews:       w/c 01 October 2022


Based: London
Salary: £27,931 - £28,931 per annum*
Hours: 37.5 hours per hours, 9am – 5.30 pm Monday to Friday


Do you have experience providing library and information services in the Higher Education environment?

 

Are you proficient in the use of a range of electronic library resources?

 

Can you confidently deliver information skills training to students and staff both in-person and online?


Then we would love to hear from you!

 

We’re looking for someone to join our Library Services team based in London. As Librarian, you will be responsible for providing front-end library services to students, academics and staff at The London Institute of Banking & Finance campus, and for maintaining and developing the e-library services via our digital library KnowledgeBank.

 

You will possess excellent customer service skills and will be a confident communicator. You will have good attention to detail and excellent written, analytical and IT skills. An aptitude and enthusiasm for delivering information and study skills training is essential, as is an awareness of the changing technological environment and its impact on library services

 

* This role is student-facing and will be mostly campus-based in London, but homeworking is possible at times with line manager approval.



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Before applying for any role please read our Recruitment Privacy Policy found at the top of this page.

 

To apply, please submit your CV with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role to recruitment@libf.ac.uk. Please note that CVs without a covering letter won’t be considered.

 

Please note that depending on number of CVs we receive; we may close the advert early. Due to the high volumes we receive, it may not be possible to respond to all applicants who are unsuccessful.

Closing date: 5 October 2022
Interviews: TBC


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Our Values

Innovation-values-LIBF 

Embracing a culture of change through continuous improvement and creativity by constantly challenging the status quo. Being curious, taking the time to review and develop ideas and having the confidence to take calculated risks.


Integrity- LIBF

Integrity is acting honestly and respectfully, maintaining strong ethical values. When we are faced with difficult choices, we do the right thing.

Support - LIBF

Making time for others to meet the needs of everyone in our work community. To encourage others to seek support by being approachable, helpful and understanding. Being there for each other.

Collaboration - LIBF

Working together in partnership, sharing our knowledge and utilising our strengths to succeed and achieve a common goal.

Adaptability-LIBF

The willingness to adjust our working habits and processes within the constraints of our resources. To be flexible and have an open mindset when exploring alternative ways of working for the benefit of our customers.

Read our full Competency framework 

Our Benefits

We have a number of benefits and rewards that are currently offered to employees, including:

  • Buddy scheme
  • Buying and selling of annual leave
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Generous holiday entitlements, which increase after 2 years service and after 5 years service
  • Employee assistance scheme
  • Employee Volunteering Scheme allowing one free day per year for volunteering
  • Exceptional absence days
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Free eyesight tests and vouchers towards the purchase of glasses
  • Life insurance
  • Medical insurance (dependent on job family)
  • Mentor scheme
  • Occupational sick pay
  • Paid time off for appointments
  • Pension plan
  • Perkbox membership offering employee benefits and discounts
  • Season ticket and health club interest-free loans
  • Service recognition
  • Social activities
  • Training and development opportunities