If you are lost for choice on the career to pursue after college, why don’t you consider working for Yorkshire Bank? Working for the bank, and indeed in the entire banking sector, has several benefits, including.
- Yorkshire Bank is an equal opportunity employer. It offers great employment opportunities for people with disabilities, women, ethnic minorities, and people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Banking is a global career. Even if Yorkshire Bank is a small bank, there are many opportunities in the UK, especially in London, which is the banking capital of the world. Indeed there are many non-UK banks in London and in Canary Wharf and most UK banks have offices and branches broad.
- If you are still in college, working for Yorkshire Bank is a good option because it has a paid internship program.
- Banking is a very fast-paced and exciting profession. There are many opportunities for career profession and in Yorkshire Bank and other banks, employees are encouraged to take responsibility and promotions are performance-based. A career in banking usually reads to high responsibility roles quicker than in other professions.
- Yorkshire Bank offers good salaries and benefits (medical, pension, shift and travel allowance, and others) that are as good as those of top UK companies. You should, however, note that salaries will vary based on the job, performance, location, and responsibility.
- Banking is a fulfilling career. In today’s turbulent money market, working for Yorkshire Bank presents a challenge where you will be expected to safeguard depositors’ money and increase revenues at the same time. Achieving both is usually very fulfilling.
- Yorkshire Bank has many sections that you can move through to be an all-round banker. You can deal with:
- Stolen or lost credit and debit cards inside and outside the UK
- Fraud detection and prevention
- Internet banking helpdesk
- Credit card issue and enquiries
- ISA enquiries or complaints
- You can assist people who are making mortgage enquiries as a mortgage advisor. These can be existing mortgage holders or new mortgage holders.
- PPI (Payment Protection Insurance)
- Personal loans
- Enquiries on investments and savings
- Current account application process
A big percentage of those who contact Yorkshire Bank do so over the phone, mostly because they want instant feedback and because human beings trust one-on-one phone conversations. The bank has several contact numbers and the number you call depends on your particular needs.
You will not have to wait for too long for your call to be picked. This is mostly because the bank is not big in retail banking. You should, however, note that these lines tend to be busier during the weekend.
Call the Yorkshire Bank number 0844 776 9720for any enquiry or complaint that you may have. This could be with regard to transaction limits, mortgages, overdraft, how to send money, insurance, travel, PAYM, Apple Pay, online/telephone/mobile banking, fraud, location information, bank statement, and much more.
About Yorkshire Bank
Yorkshire Bank (CYBG plc.) operates in England and is a trading division of Clydesdale Bank. The bank mostly operations in Yorkshire and elsewhere in the North of England. The Leeds-based bank was established in 1859. It offers a variety of services, all under the broad categories of private banking, personal banking, business banking, insurance, and travel services.
Bill Williams works for Yorkshire Bank. He is ready to offer 24/7 customer support. Call the Yorkshire Bank number0844 776 9720 for assistance.