At Bank of Ireland we are committed to delivering the highest standards of customer value. In reaching this objective we place significant importance in recruiting those who will help place the Bank of Ireland Group at the forefront of our industry for products, service and innovation.

Pre-employment screening
It is the policy of the Bank of Ireland Group (the “Bank”) that if you apply for a job with The Bank that you agree to undergo a pre-employment screening process. The nature of this pre-employment screening process will include verifying your eligibility to work in the Republic of Ireland or the United Kingdom and electronic searches of information already available in the public domain. Such the following: sanction lists, criminal records, lists of politically exposed persons, FCA Register Search (UK only), embargo lists, Copanies Office records, etc .
All successful applicants based in the United Kingdom will be subject to a Basic Financial Check. This will provide us with information including data from the electoral register to verify Date of birth, where appropriate, publicly available data to reveal any adverse information, including County Court Judgments, Bankruptcies. Voluntary Arrangements etc. and will ascertain whether a candidate holds any current or previous directorships or is currently disqualified.

Equal Opportunity
The Bank is an equal opportunities employer. The Bank undertakes not to discriminate unfairly against you in respect of the subject matter of Disclosures made pursuant to the pre-employment screening process or any other information revealed during the recruitment process. Our aim is to ensure that all candidates are treated fairly and that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, race, gender, religion, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, or membership of the travelling community.

Data Protection
Any personal data, or sensitive personal data. contained in this application form and Disclosures will be processed by the Bank in accordance with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003. This personal data will be collected, used and retained by the Bank only for the purposes of assessing your application for employment with the Bank and/or the administration of any subsequent employment. This information may be kept by the Bank after such employment ceases for as long as it is legitimately necessary and may be shared with the Bank of Ireland Group for the purposes of administration related to your employment.

Additional documentation required during the recruitment process:

Prior to commencing employment, successful candidates are required to:

  • Provide original documentation in relation to the required educational qualifications. Proof of NI number (UK only), proof of identity (passport), confirmation of work eligibility (Employment Permit, GNIB Card) and proof of address.
  • Provide additional documentation where applicable depending on the nature of the role, i.e. driving licence, professional body membership/qualification, proof of Minimum Competency Code (MCC) and CPD compliance etc. Candidates are advised of specific requirements at the beginning of the selection process.
  • Provide referee details, which are satisfactory to the Bank’s reference policy (At least your current employer, plus one other relevant employer).

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