Working For The BBA

The BBA is always happy to hear from enthusiastic, committed and ambitious people looking to join our staff.  The BBA offers a friendly and stimulating working environment with generous benefits for its staff.

Job vacancies will be published in this area when they become available.

Press Officer – Closing date: Monday 16 January

Head of Member Relationships – Closing date: Tuesday 17 January

Equal Opportunities commitment

Our commitment to diversity and dignity at work.

The BBA wholeheartedly supports the value of diversity.  The Association believes in acknowledging difference, fostering good relationships and promoting a climate that is reflective of its core values.

It is in the BBA’s best interests to ensure that the potential, talents and skills available throughout the community are encapsulated.

To this end, the Association is committed wherever practicable, to achieving and maintaining a positive working environment where no-one receives less favourable treatment on any grounds.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a covering letter in support of your application.  In your covering letter please also advise on your current salary/salary expectations and your notice period.

By email: recruitment@bba.org.uk

By post: Human Resources Manager, British Bankers’ Association, Pinners Hall, 105-108 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1EX

The BBA welcomes applications from all and will actively seek to have qualified candidates on all long lists from under-represented groups.  We encourage applications from ethnic minorities and returners to work.  Recruitment will be solely on the basis of the applicant’s abilities and individual merit as measured against the criteria for the job.  Qualifications, experience and skills will be assessed at the level that is relevant to the job.

The BBA is committed to applying its equal opportunities policy at all stages of recruitment and selection.  Short listing, interviewing and selection will always be carried out without regard to gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, age, pregnancy, maternity leave or political beliefs.

The BBA recognises the contribution of all its employees and wishes to offer them practical assistance to achieving work/life balance. The BBA therefore extends the right to request flexible working arrangements to all of its employees, provided they have at least 26 weeks’ service at the time of the application.

Support to Attend Interviews

If you require any assistance in order to attend an interview, please advise us of this in your covering letter or by telephone.