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Welcome to Sainsbury's Bank recruitment site

Welcome to Sainsbury's Bank recruitment site

We have a range of vacancies available.

About Sainsbury's Bank

About Sainsbury's Bank

We're proud to be the UK's first supermarket bank. Find out more about our heritage.

View vacancies

View vacancies

Explore our vacancies where there are bags of opportunity to fulfil your potential.

Travel money vacancies

Travel money vacancies

Find out how you could become part of our expert Travel money team.

Application process

Application process

Learn all about our recruitment process, from application to hiring.

Rewards and benefits

Rewards and benefits

Find out everything you need to know about our excellent range of colleague benefits.

Learning and development

Learning and development

At Sainsbury's Bank we encourage and assist with the professional learning and development of our staff.

More information



  • Our address is: 3 Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, EH12 9DJ
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London Holburn

  • Our address is: 33 Holborn, London, EC1N 2HT
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Milton Keynes

  • Our address is: 489-499 Avebury Boulevard, Saxon Gate West, Milton Keynes, MK9 2NW
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  • Our address is: Arndale House, Manchester, M4 3AL
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  • Our address is: Royal Avenue, Wides, WA8 8HS
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  • Our address is: Ansty Park, Unit 1, Draken Drive, Coventry, CV7 9RD
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Many of our larger Sainsbury's supermarkets across the UK have our colleagues who look after Travel Money customers in bureaux across England, Wales, Scotland and Nothern Ireland.

Great place to work

We aim to make our Bank a great place to work for all colleagues.

It's an exciting time to join us as our customers seek more and more innovative services and technology, being part of one of the UK's most trusted brands brings our colleagues exciting opportunities to fulfill their potential.

We want our people to develop their skills and knowledge to be the best they can be, learning from each other, their managers and through structured learning activity that develops behavioural and technical capability.

Work-life balance is important to us, so we offer our colleagues as much flexibility as possible in line with the needs of their role, including flexible working options such as job shares and part time working.

We trust them to decide how, where and when they work, combining remote and collaborative working with a flexible approach to hours within their working days, giving plenty of time and space for life outside of work whilst delivering against our business goals.

We want our colleagues to stay with us because they feel valued and stimulated. Because of this, they'll recommend us as a great place to work. It feels different to work at our Bank because our values guide everything we do and we have a warm culture where inventive collaborative thinking is encouraged.

Our community

The Sainsbury's Group Values and 20x20 sustainability commitments underpin our approach to what we do, and how.

By acting in the best interests of all our stakeholders, we can make a sustainable and positive contribution to our community.

We also know that playing an active and supportive role in our community is really important to our colleagues. It makes us all feel good to know we're doing something for someone else.

Our approach centres on:

  • Our colleagues
  • Our customers
  • Our operations

Women in Finance Charter

In 2018 Sainsbury’s Bank, including Argos Financial Services, signed the Charter, in line with Sainsbury’s Group’s aspirations to be the most inclusive retailer, where people love to work and shop.

We want ours to be an environment where everyone feels included and valued for who they are. Increasing the diversity of our leadership team is an important part of our plans to achieve this.

We have made the following commitments: 

  1. Mel Worth, our Director of HR, is our executive team member who is responsible and accountable for gender diversity and inclusion
  2. Our target is that at least 40% of senior role holders will be female by 2024
  3. We will publish our progress against our target annually
  4. Each of our executive team have performance objectives relating to this target.

The activities we’re undertaking to achieve our gender targets are fundamentally about fairness, equality and inclusion for men and women. We have more women than men in lower-level roles and fewer in our most senior roles and we want to rebalance this.

Increasing gender diversity of our senior leaders will support the diversity of ideas and views that inform decision-making. This leads to understanding our customers better, enabling us to provide the very best services and continuous innovation to drive even better experiences going forward. When we signed up to the Charter in September 2018 we had 27% female representation. As of August 2023 we have 40.4% female representation in senior management. We have therefore achieved our initial ambition for our senior management population to reach 40% female representation by 2024.

And as importantly, when colleagues see diverse role models and behaviours, they feel more likely to succeed at work whilst remaining true to themselves. They don’t have to ‘fit a type’ to progress in our organisation – whether that be broadening skills and knowledge, or moving up levels.