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Metro Bank launches Newbury recruitment drive

Bank staff on hand to discuss career opportunities in Northbrook Street tomorrow

Chris Ord

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Metro Bank launches Newbury recruitment drive

THOSE interested in working in the banking industry will be able to discuss career opportunities with Metro Bank staff in Northbrook Street tomorrow ahead of the opening of the bank's Newbury branch.


Metro Bank staff will be outside Thomson Travel on Northbrook Street tomorrow (Thursday, August 27) between 10am to 3pm, to discuss career opportunities with the community.

With roles ranging from customer service representatives to senior store management, Metro Bank is looking to recruit around 20 new members of staff.

The bank is seeking individuals with a passion for delivering outstanding customer service and a ‘can do attitude’ for both full time and part time positions and is committed to creating a diverse workforce that represents the communities it serves.

James Baughan, Regional Director of Metro Bank commented: “Metro Bank is growing fast and we’re delighted to be bringing the banking revolution to Newbury.

"As a progressive employer, we support colleagues looking to build a career with the bank, and provide the training they need to achieve their career goals.

"If you are passionate about customer service then come and talk to us about the fantastic opportunities we have on offer.”

For more information visit www.metrobankonline.co.uk/Careers/Why-Join

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