Bank of England
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Bank of England Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1694
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £366m to £730m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Finance
  • Headquarters
    London, UK
  • Link
    Bank of England website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 126 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Placement Student in London
on 1 June 2022
Interesting
Was an Interesting place for placement, it had what seemed like a good work culture and interesting work life in all departments however this was during a graduate scheme so they would be showcasing their best points.
Security Shift Supervisor in London
on 4 March 2022
Great benefits and work life balance, poor senior management
The benefits and perks are good, as is thebwork/life balance.However, as security staff you're a second class citizen, a commodity, cannon fodder.The head of security is an opinionated buffoon who couldn't care less about his staff.The guys and girls you'll work with on a daily basis are great though
Team Member, Notes & Gold Operations (NGO) – Grade I in London EC2R
on 1 September 2021
Work/life balance
Great place to work. Forward thinking with work/life balance, inclusivity and personal wellbeing. Salary not the greatest but benefits make up for this.
Technical Specialist in London
on 18 March 2021
Challenging working
I have found The Bank of England to ask quite a lot of its employees for little monetary reward in comparison to Investment Banking. The work can be complex and with little guidance. However that said, there are sometimes periods where the workload is minimal. The work life balance is good, with flexi time available to take after 35 hours. (Providing there’s cover and you can still meet deadlines)Unfortunately, in the area that I am in, progressing seems to have to be a sideways move rather than a promotion in department. Some of the people I work with have been doing the same job at the same level for 30 years. I would argue this is a failure of the organisation.Overall a nice place to work, but you’re not going to set your bank balance on fire. Perhaps best used for graduates who wish to gain experience and then move on - or for family oriented people for whom flexibility is a priority.
Marketing Assistant in London
on 27 June 2020
Okay
Really good place to work within. Calm interview. Enjoyed every moment of my work experience. Friendly environment . Really good food and professional.

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