About Lloyds Banking Group
Lloyds Banking Group is a financial services group that’s been serving communities around the UK, for hundreds of years. With some of the most recognised brands in the nation, including Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Scottish Widows and Bank of Scotland, we make a difference to the lives of millions of people and businesses. In fact, we provide trusted services to over 30 million UK customers, 12 million online users, and 6 million mobile users. And, the numbers continue to grow.
Trainee Change Manager
Do you have a vision for change? Can you collaborate with an expert team to achieve new ways of working? Want to join one of the UK’s most prestigious and best-known organisations on their mission to become the bank of the future? Start your career with a Lloyds Banking Group Trainee Change Manager Apprenticeship and you’ll help our business evolve for the better, every day.
What is a Trainee Change Manager?
At Lloyds Banking Group, we are constantly finding new ways to positively impact our customers. As a Trainee Change Manager, you’ll be helping to support the projects that put us at the forefront of that change. This means working collaboratively with different departments across the group to ensure that we are on course to fulfil our vision: to help Britain prosper.
What you’ll do
The Trainee Change Manager programme is a fully paid, Higher Level Apprenticeship with a professional qualification that typically lasts 15 months.
As a Trainee Change Manager, you will:
- Support internal teams to deliver projects
- Manage stakeholders and the communication needs of projects
- Support the management of projects, identifying risks, issues and mitigating actions
- Monitor projects and refine them where necessary
- Prepare and maintain project plans and schedules
- Assist in project activities
In this role, you will be supported to learn and develop, and you’ll be expected to be up to date on internal change initiatives and how we can use them to improve the experience of our customers.
- Grade C or above in at least five GCSEs including English Language or Literature and Mathematics
- And 96 UCAS points, or equivalent
In return, we’ll offer you a competitive salary, performance bonus, generous pension contribution, attractive path of progression and flex cash to spend on a host of benefits to suit your lifestyle. We are constantly looking to improve our people’s work-life balance, so throughout your apprenticeship we’ll offer you flexible working arrangements and ask for your feedback on ideal working patterns and hours to help you fulfil your potential.
Join us and be part of an inclusive, values-led culture passionate about making a difference. You can also expect excellent benefits, personal development and a career that’s enriching and full of opportunity.
Our Apprenticeships are popular and normally fill up before the advert’s finish date, so submit your application today to avoid missing out. Please note, as part of the selection process we will ask you to join us at an assessment centre.
How to apply
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