10 week summer internship programme

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Salary: £17,000 pro rata

Enjoy a summer you’ll always remember. On our summer internship you'll develop new skills and knowledge, you'll gain a real insight into what it’s like to work at The Co‑operative Bank, you'll take ownership of an exciting project or business objective that will add real value and you’ll also have the opportunity to prove you’ve got what it takes to join our graduate programme and become a future leader of our Bank.

Here's what some of our 2018 summer interns enjoyed about their time with us ...
 


Next summer

We’re looking for talented interns to join our Technology and Transformation
Internship programme, starting July 2019. Gaining a good understanding of
this function within retail banking, you’ll learn fast and make a big impact.
You’ll also be supported every step of the way by your placement manager
and a buddy from our grad programme.

 

Where?

  • Our Manchester Head Office (unfortunately we can’t reimburse any relocation, accommodation or travel costs).

Who?

  • Undergraduate students in years 1 or 2 (or year 3 if you’re on a 4-year course).

What will you need?

  • UCAS points - a minimum 112 points (if 2018 onwards) or 280 points (if 2017 or before) from 3 A-Levels or equivalent (excluding General Studies)
  • GCSE Maths and English or equivalent (grade C or above)
  • Strong personal ethics and values
  • Excellent numerical and analytical skills

Closing date

  • Friday 21 December 2018
  • For me, the technology and transformation programme was the ultimate balance of challenge and reward. Interning in the IT risk department allowed me to develop my skills and work independently on projects - all in a culture of encouragement and support. Having your own responsibility, and working with innovative talent to implement real change across the Bank was a privilege not many interns get to experience.

    Olivia Robinson, first year under-graduate at University of Manchester reading BSc Chemistry

  • Coming from a scientific background, an internship in the banking industry may not have seemed like the obvious choice, but The Co-operative Bank stood out to me as a great place to work due to its strong values and ethics. I was blown away by how friendly and helpful everyone is - no question was too stupid! I enjoyed getting stuck in and doing something worthwhile with my time here.

    Chloe Preston, reading MBiolSci Biochemistry at University of Sheffield

  • Being part of the IT Service Delivery Team and the Technology Office let me see different parts of the IT and Change department, really letting me learn about its structure. Everyone created a very friendly environment which made me feel really welcome. Frm my first week I was involved in revamping the intranet page and helping with the creation of role based profiles for the DTP. The Co-operative Bank really lived up to my expectations.

    India Trigg, reading Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Durham University

  • I found my time to be both engaging and fun. Getting to know the Service Delivery Team and learning about their roles helped me understand the workplace dynamic and my place within it. Everyone was very welcoming and approachable.

    Jennifer Holt, first year under-graduate at University of Kent reading MPhys Physics