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Work with us

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

Working with us means becoming part of an inspired and 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, a committed but balanced work ethic, 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 we are pleased to announce that we were shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards in the “Workplace of the Year” category in 2017 and 2018.

The London Institute of Banking & Finance has now achieved Investors In People Silver accreditation.

Anna Boyce, Director of HR, says: “Achieving the Silver standard is a significant milestone, and it’s a testament to the hard work of all of our staff as well to the culture we’re seeking to develop. The next step is to go for Gold!”.

The IIP practitioner said of our organisation: “The warm and hospitable welcome was greatly appreciated as was the willingness to share experiences and thoughts. Staff are very passionate about what they do and driven by the desire to support and do the very best for their clients.”

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 likes you, apply for one of our current vacancies below, or for more information please email our HR team.

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Vacancies

Programme Support Officer

Based: London

Hours: 37.5 hours, Monday to Friday

Salary: £26,383


Have you got experience of supporting full-time students and an understanding of the Higher Education environment?

Are you a well organised individual with strong administration and communication skills? 



Then apply for our Programme Support Officer role based  in our London, Lovat Lane Campus.


The Programme Support Officer will support the Higher Education Programmes Team by acting as a first point of contact for students, assisting in the day-to-day administration and ensuring the smooth running of our degree programmes.


The successful candidate will also be responsible for student engagement activities, record keeping, data handling, providing support for student recruitment activities and maintaining close working relationships both within the organisation and with external stakeholders.


Applications are invited from individuals who are well organised and have excellent communication and presentation skills, good attention to detail, strong IT skills including Excel and MS Office. The candidate will also have experience of providing a high quality administrative support service and will need to be able to work independently and contribute effectively to a small team.



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To apply, please submit your CV with a covering letter to recruitment@libf.ac.uk explaining your suitability for the role.

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If you require further information about the post or how to apply please contact recruitment@libf.ac.uk.


The London Institute of Banking & Finance was founded in 1879 as the Institute of Bankers and is today a leading international provider of financial education. We offer highly regarded Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees, a broad range of Professional & Specialist qualifications and Financial Capability programmes in schools.
Due to the increasing number of students on our professional and specialist qualifications, we are looking for examiners, tutors and authors to help us shape the next generation. This work can fit around other commitments and is predominantly work that can be completed in the home environment. We offer competitive rates of pay and a diverse range of creative opportunities for the right candidates.

Examining: Production or moderation of examination questions and corresponding marking schemes, marking student scripts and working in collaboration with the course team.

Online Tutoring: Providing support, via an online student forum, to a student cohort during their course of study.

Authoring: Authoring and updating learning content in one or more of the below disciplines.

We are specifically interested in individuals who have expertise in one or more of the following disciplines:

  • Demand Guarantees
  • Risk Management in Banking
  • Mortgage Advice
  • Financial Regulation
  • Asset Finance
  • Automotive Finance
  • Retail Banking
  • Business Banking

Successful candidates will have industry experience in the area that the qualification covers and have interest in supporting new and existing professionals. If you would like to gain a better appreciation of what any of the above roles involve, please contact Natalie Byrne to arrange an informal discussion.

For further details of each specialism listed and other areas of interest within Corporate and Professional Qualifications (CPQ), please refer to the relevant specialisms on our website.

If you are interested in applying for a role, please send an up to date copy of your CV, indicating the disciplines and the role/s that is of interest to Natalie Byrne.

Alternatively, if you would like to gain a better appreciation of a particular role please contact Natalie Byrne for further information.

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Our Values

Listening and Learning

Listening is key to effective communication and shows respect for the views of others. Learning is to be able to stop and reflect, to be curious and ask questions and use what we have learnt to succeed.

Innovation

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

Support

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.

Transparency

To be open, honest and accountable in our communications, with a willingness to share what we know at the appropriate time.

Collaboration

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

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
  • Childcare voucher scheme
  • 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