Our people drive our business and our Human Resources (HR) department is responsible for defining and driving every aspect of our people strategy and priorities, in partnership with the business. Our teams create innovative and commercial solutions to deliver business results, and we are proud to have won a number of awards recognising our change programmes, learning & development initiatives, and for our wellbeing programme: Be At Your Best.
During the HR Graduate Programme, you will get the opportunity to work on a number of different teams (mostly based in Dublin, with some opportunities for rotations in the UK), giving you a broad range of experiences in several areas of HR.
While on one of our HR Business Partner Teams, you will work closely with our experienced HR Business Partners in a particular business area, and get an understanding of how HR partners with a business to drive and deliver on their people priorities.
You will also have the opportunity to work on one of our HR Specialist teams, working with experienced HR professionals in Leadership & Talent Development, Resourcing, Employee Relations, Performance & Reward Management, and Learning & Engagement. As well as this, you could be working alongside our HR Project Managers who deliver major HR change programmes across the whole of Bank of Ireland Group.
During your two years on the programme, you will gain insight into the challenges and opportunities facing our businesses and our people. You will have real responsibility and will play a key role on strategic projects and initiatives. You will work with and learn from great people and develop your technical expertise in HR.
We’re looking for enthusiastic and proactive graduates with excellent customer focus and a can-do attitude.
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
BA History & Politics from UL
I joined the Bank of Ireland Graduate Programme as it provides exposure across all elements of the HR Workstream and as such it affords me the opportunity to enhance my skillset in multiple areas.
I like the fact I can gain experience working on large-scale and important projects, while working with expert professionals who provide valued mentorship.
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