Training and career development
Flexible benefits to suit you
Choose from a range of benefits:
- private medical insurance
- dental cover
- employee assistance programme
- generous pension
- rental deposit loan
- season ticket loan
- critical illness cover
- income protection
- life assurance
- personal accident cover
- death in service pension
Lifestyle and well-being
Other benefits include:
- 25 days paid holiday, with the option to buy extra or sell days
- travel insurance
- childcare vouchers
- technology scheme
- cycle to work
- Gourmet Society & Tastecard discounts
- payroll charity giving
- virtual GP
- dental cover
- health assessments
Find out about what we do and the roles we offer – and why choosing a career with us helps us to keep fairness at the heart of financial services.
Go direct to our recruitment portal to view a list of current vacancies and apply for a role. Or find out more about our roles and what we offer in the sections below.
What we do
We resolve complaints that financial businesses and their customers haven’t been able to sort out themselves. Most of our staff – our investigators and our ombudsmen – investigate these complaints. They help to resolve a wide range of problems – whether someone’s having trouble with their bank account, struggling with payday loans, thinks an insurance payout isn’t fair, or is worried about their mortgage.
Meanwhile, our support teams – from finance, legal and communications to HR, facilities and IT – help us make sure we’re working effectively and sustainably. And every year we recruit apprentices into roles across the organisation.
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Start your career with us. We are committed to attracting, developing, building and sharing expertise throughout the organisation, at every level. So we support and invest in training and continuing professional development.
Join us as an investigator
Investigators are the level-headed, confident people who sort out a wide range of financial services problems for our customers. They are the first people our customers speak to when they contact us. They are responsible, accountable, thoughtful and balanced, knowing that their work and decisions make a difference, having a big impact on many customers' lives.
Join us as an ombudsman manager
Ombudsman managers are vital to our service. They have a dual role, they make sure everyone in a customer-facing team has the skills and abilities to investigate and respond to the complaints we receive. And they make the legally binding decisions on some of our most challenging and sensitive cases.
Life at the ombudsman service
We treat people fairly and equally in everything we do – and that goes for the people who work for us too.
We want you to develop your career with us, so we work hard to help you to balance life inside and outside work. Find out more about our culture, including diversity, inclusion and wellbeing at the service, and our approach to social responsibility and sustainability.
What we offer
We offer comprehensive training, career development and flexible benefits to suit your lifestyle.
What our people say about working here
I like working at the ombudsman because I share similar values, I feel valued and I’m constantly challenged and pushed to do the best I can. This is the reason why I’m proud to work where I do.
Harry, project manager
The people I work with are great and very supportive; it doesn’t feel you’re on your own.
You’ll get the opportunity to develop your skills and experience and work alongside great people, get access to a free on site gym with a subsidised café and restaurant.
Tan, service improvement partner