Careers & Volunteering

Do you have the wow factor in the classroom? Can you flip the script in the boardroom
and bring crucial funders on board? Then step up to the UK’s frontline of financial education

People and Culture Director

About Your Role

A major objective of the role is to develop and embed a culture in which all MyBnk colleagues can thrive, achieve their best, and feel supported every step of their way. You’ll also be strategically accountable for our equality, diversity and inclusion work, which is fundamental to our success as we continue to grow.

We are currently adopting a new leadership framework, and you’ll take responsibility for developing business-critical tools like behaviour frameworks, performance improvement processes, 360° feedback and more. Our ambition is to be an employer of choice, able to attract and retain the very best talent, and you’ll oversee the critical path to achieve that objective.

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Programme Trainer - Various locations

About Your Role

Part of our Programmes and Delivery Directorate all our Programme Trainers love working with our programme participants. They are the front line of our work, representing MyBnk’s exceptional programme quality in a range of settings. This is an outward facing role and will require significant travel to our delivery locations across the area to deliver face to face and (occasional virtual sessions) to varying groups of learners.

We are recruiting for four Programme Trainers, one based in Wales, one based in the South West, one based in London and one based in Hampshire.

Please note:

  • Our ‘Programme Trainer – Hampshire’ vacancy is for a zero hours contract;
  • We are currently unable to accept applications in Welsh for our ‘Programme Trainer – Wales’ vacancy;
  • Our ‘Programme Trainer – London’ vacancy is for a 1 year fixed term contract for maternity cover.
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MyBnk Freelance Trainers - London

About Your Role

Working as part of a team of friendly, supportive, and experienced youth practitioners you will be delivering one or more of MyBnk’s financial education programmes; directly supporting young people/adults to gain confidence, make informed financial choices and achieve greater financial wellbeing

Depending on your experience, preferences and availability, this could include delivering workshops.

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Trustees (unremunerated)

About the roles

MyBnk’s current Trustee Board comprises ten members with a wealth of experience across a range of fields. We are now looking to enhance the board’s overall skills profile in finance, charitable strategy and operations, and safeguarding.

We are looking for candidates to contribute actively to the MyBnk board. This will involve completing an induction process & trustee training. The expected time commitment is up to 12 days per year, including four Board meetings, occasional internal and external events, away/strategy days, funder events, social or networking events.

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Corporate volunteering

Opportunities

We know volunteers add ‘real world’ value to our programmes.

Whether it is helping a young person budget for the first time, sharing tips and tricks or mistakes with managing money, or giving them an insight into a career path, our young people gain immensely from volunteers.

MyBnk offers classroom-based volunteering opportunities directly through existing funder partnerships. Unfortunately, at present, we are unable to accommodate ad-hoc requests from individuals.

Recently we have hosted people from MUFG Bank, Old Mutual Wealth UK, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Octopus Group, and BNY Mellon.

Click here if you, or your organisation, is seeking new charity partnerships or contact Sarah.Bowron@mybnk.org.

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Pro-bono support

Opportunities

MyBnk needs a strong back office to support our vital work on the frontline.

We welcome volunteers from a range of professions and backgrounds to apply their skillsets and support us on projects where we may lack resources. This could involve, for example, help with our IT,  systems, data analysis, communications or strategic planning.

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