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

Regional Education Officer

MyBnk is seeking an energetic and engaging Regional Education Officer with a genuine interest in social change, education and the empowerment of young people.

You will organise and deliver MyBnk’s programmes in schools, colleges and youth organisations across Hampshire and the south coast. You will be joining one other Regional Education Officer in the South, as part of a UK network of delivery staff.

Please send a CV and covering letter to by 5th July 2021.

Job Description

Training Assistant - The Money House

The Money House is an award-winning financial literacy and independent living skills programme to prevent youth homelessness. The Money House (TMH) helps young people at the critical transition to independent living to manage their money, remain independent and achieve housing stability.

The Role

We are seeking a capable and proactive Training Assistant for The Money House (TMH) project. You will work within an organisation which consistently exceeds its targets and delivers significantly positive outcomes for young people.

Job Description

Education Programme Coordinator

We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Education Programme Coordinator, responsibilities include but are not limited to –

Liaising with MyBnk’s clients pre-delivery and providing them with all the logistical and programme information ensuring a smooth and well prepared delivery.

Allocating available and suitable trainers to programmes and managing the MyBnk Education Officers’ (in-house and freelance) calendars.

Dealing with last-minute requests from schools, youth organisations and trainers including operational crisis management and problem solving.

Application process – Please send a CV and covering letter to Closing date 28th May 2021.

Job Description

Corporate volunteering


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.

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Pro-bono support


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.