Where to find online banking vacancies

Finding online banking vacancies isn’t too hard nowadays thanks to recruitment sites like monster.com and jobsite.com, but what other lesser known sites are worth looking at for jobs in banking and should you go direct to the bank’s website to look for vacancies?
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Finance recruitment agencies

Agencies like Hays Accountancy found at hays.co.uk/job/accountancy-finance-jobs and Robert Half, whose website roberthalf.co.uk shows the jobs their looking to place, are definitely worth looking into. These guys have a ton of experience you can call on when you’re looking for banking jobs so they should be able to answer your questions. If you’re currently in a banking job and you’re looking for a new position, you may find that the following recruitment sites useful.

Specialist sites

Websites like efinancialcareers.co.uk and gaapweb.com offer a wider choice of positions and they’re aimed at those with experience in their field. EFinancialCareers lists thousands of jobs across the nation, so you could be missing a great opportunity if you don’t take a look at their site. You should register your CV for GaapWeb so that recruiters can find you. It’s a simple process and one that will help push you above those who haven’t taken the time to upload their details.

Banking site

Checking out the websites for the major banks sounds like a lot of work but you might find the position you’ve been after if you’re willing to invest the time. The major banks like HSBC, Natwest and Lloyds either list their vacancies or give you a taste of what life with them would be like while offering contact details for their Human Resources.

Linked in

Nowadays a lot of workers find new positions through Linked in. Either by linking with recruitment agencies using the site or through connections. This is a great way of showing your skill set and advertising yourself subtly. It’s quickly becoming a recruiter’s favourite way of finding new staff.

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