Newcastle Building Society
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
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UX Designer

Newcastle upon Tyne

£35,473 - £47,993 a year

3 days ago

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Business Information Manager (Family Leave Cover)

Newcastle upon Tyne

£33,927 - £44,275 a year

6 days ago

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IT Business Systems Specialist

Newcastle upon Tyne

£33,927 - £44,275 a year

17 days ago

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Solutions Architect

Newcastle upon Tyne

£46,984 - £70,476 a year

23 days ago

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IT Service Desk Team Leader

Newcastle upon Tyne

£23,535 - £31,887 a year

29 days ago

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Head of Credit Risk Strategy (Second Line)

Newcastle upon Tyne

30+ days ago

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Automation Test Engineer

Newcastle upon Tyne

30+ days ago

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.Net Software Developer

Newcastle upon Tyne

£35,473 - £47,993 a year

30+ days ago

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Salary estimated from 347 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Client Advisor
£14,568 per year
Branch Manager
£24,609 per year
Customer Service Representative
£18,935 per year


Client Advisor
£14,568 per year
Service Advisor
£16,432 per year
Mortgage Advisor
£24,822 per year

Software Development

Technical Support Specialist
£22,347 per year
Web Developer
£28,506 per year
Junior Automation Engineer
£27,167 per year


Client Services Manager
£35,242 per year
Team Leader
£24,241 per year
Operations Manager
£45,366 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 32 reviews and is evolving.


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Customer Service Advisor in Wallsend
on 24 October 2020
really hard job
there was a lot of training for the job which did put me at ease however the 2 month training you do defiantly gives a false view of how it is up on the floor, very stressful as they expect you to remember very complex banking terms and operations from little experience. they treat workers okay, but feel as though it is very put on. they make you do monthly check-ups with managers ad set goals but often it is too much for you to take on when you are in your first couple of is disorganised and I sometimes was shown 2-4 different methods for one task.all the "wokeness" felt very put on, they pushed for diversity, asking for help when you needed it and making mistakes to learn but if you actually make a mistake your punished and often when you pass work to more experienced staff and they don't do it or make a mistake you are penalised for it to protect the more liked staff.working from home was absoltly the worst part of the job as the managers didn't answer emails or calls, work pilled up very fast and they expected you to train yourself on tasks at home without logout slots.
Customer Service Advisor in Wallsend
on 6 April 2020
Repetitive and no recognition.
Very hard to succeed as opportunities are rewarded to those management like. Very harsh environment where human error is no excuse. The people there are lovely however certain individuals and management let the place down.
Customer Service Advisor in Newca
on 9 March 2020
Great team
Was working with a great team however when I moved my new team was not so good - dilapidated building, medieval toilet policy, some fantastic benefits but not enough pay. Training was outstanding
Customer Advisor/Cashier in Newcastle
on 21 January 2020
It's not just handing money over to people, you are expected to sell wills, funeral plans and house insurance aswell as trying to get them to invest their money they dont mention these little gems at your interview, it's hard work with very little or no praise. Staff are female dogs, Branch managers are worse and the area managers are worse still. Holidays are a joke you put your forms in and its pot luck weather you get them or not, no help or support while in the job,not a nice place to work at all.
Business Change Analyst in Newcastle City Centre, Tyne and Wear
on 30 December 2019
Good workplace atmosphere
Really flexible working hours considering it's a full time job. The workplace culture is relaxed but collaborative at the same time. The team I am part of has made me feel welcome and I have enjoyed the past month of working here so far. This includes meeting other people from different teams, understanding their job roles and the functionality of each department within in a financial organisation.
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