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Welcome from Jes Staley

Jes Staley, our Group Chief Executive, has recorded a personal message for you, sharing his thoughts on who we’re looking for and why you should consider starting your career at Barclays.  See if what he describes sounds like the place you want to be.

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A values-driven business

Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. With over 325 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries and employs approximately 120,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide, but our competitive advantage doesn’t just stem from this ability. It’s also down to the quality and character of our people. They live and breathe a set of values – respect, integrity, service, excellence and stewardship – that we won’t compromise at any time for any reason. Show us you can bring them to life too, and you’ll go far.

325 years of innovation

Founded in 1690, we’re older than the Bank of England, the US and the UK. Yet we’ve always been ahead of the times. From pioneering international trade finance and large-scale branch banking to launching the world’s first cash machine and mobile cheque deposit technology, we’ve set the pace in the financial services industry. And we have no intention of slowing down now. Ideas are our true currency – and we need your help to grow them.

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Life at Barclays

We recognise how important our people are to our continued success and want you to bring your best to work every day. That's why we're committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Check out a few of the ways we help you get as much out as you put in.

Diversity & Inclusion

Like our customers, our people reflect the world. It’s this diversity that fires so many of our ideas and keeps us at the top of our game. We’re proud to say we’ve won awards for our work in this area. And prouder still of the reasons why. For instance, women make up half of Barclay's global workforce. We’re enthusiastic participants in the HeForShe campaign, which encourages men to take action against the inequalities faced by women. And, for the last three years, we have been a headline sponsor of London Pride.

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A host of different Employee Network Groups reinforce our commitment to diversity. Linked to everything from gender, multiculturalism, sexuality and age to families, parenting and military service, they give our employees rock-solid support. There’s even one for people just starting out in their careers. Called Emerge, it organises events and experiences that will help you build strong, cross-generational relationships, develop your internal network, share knowledge and gain invaluable skills.

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Employee networks

Work’s important. But so is every other part of your life. That’s why we empower you to balance your professional and personal lives in a way that works for you – and which can flex as your circumstances change. Our flexible working arrangements, as well as opportunities to take a career break, will help you achieve all sorts of ambitions.

Barclays wellbeing programme, Be Well, aims to enhance our performance and reputation as a great place to work, while exemplifying the Values and making a positive impact on the lives of all those who work for us. We understand that poor health and general wellbeing directly affect colleagues’ energy levels, effectiveness, resilience and ultimately, quality of life. By actively supporting colleagues to be healthy and happy, by helping them to understand their health risks and how to make sustainable, positive changes, we will deliver better outcomes for colleagues, for Barclays and for society.

Wellbeing

Making a positive contribution

We focus on activities and initiatives that are good for Barclays and for society. We call this focus our Shared Growth Ambition. By helping people develop the vital skills they need to get into work, by making it easier to access financial services and by funding solutions to global challenges, we have a positive effect on society. Plus we use our time, money and skills to support the communities we work in. Through our volunteering, fundraising and giving programmes, our employees have helped millions of young people across the world. You too can make a contribution that counts.

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