Who are we and what do we do:

Throughout our history we have been where the growth is, connecting customers to opportunities. We enable businesses to thrive and economies to prosper, helping people fulfil their hopes and dreams and realise their ambitions. This is our role and purpose.


About Us:

HSBC is one of the world's largest banking and financial services organisations serving some 48 million customers around the world. We aim to be the world's leading international bank, and we'll help deliver on this by recruiting talented students from all walks of life who share our vision. In the UK we serve our customers through our global businesses, which are in turn supported by our global functions. We have many entry points for students and graduates who may be interested in starting their career at HSBC. Opportunities range from work experience and apprenticeships to internships, graduate programmes and entry level positions. Anyone who performs well and shares our values could become the future leaders of our bank. A world of possibilities is here for you.


Achieve your potential:

Our size and reach, with a network that covers 72 countries and territories, allows us to offer many opportunities across the organisation for anyone interested in pursuing a fulfilling career that enables you to work with colleagues and customers worldwide. These roles span all major areas within HSBC, from retail, commercial and investment banking to support functions such as finance, human resources, technology and marketing.

We look for people who are ambitious and want to develop their career while making a strong contribution to HSBC's long-term, sustainable growth. To ensure we achieve this growth in the right way, we place great emphasis on our values, and are committed to applying the highest standards everywhere we do business. We want our people to feel able to speak up for what is right.

We put diversity at the heart of our business. Joining HSBC will give you the chance to work in a collegiate, supportive and inclusive environment in which we seek to develop and promote people based on merit. We will provide you with tailored training and support to help you identify and follow your chosen career path, as well as access to a range of market-competitive benefits.


Building your knowledge and skills:

As an employee at HSBC you will receive a wide range of support to help you improve your skills and achieve your career goals.

At HSBC we recognise that the talent and diversity of our people is the foundation of our success, so we are committed to helping you develop your personal and professional skills in order to bring out your strengths.

Your manager will help you to identify potential opportunities and the capabilities you will need to be effective in your role. As part of the HSBC performance review process, they will work with you to set clear career development goals and provide feedback and support to assist you in achieving them. At the same time, you will be encouraged to take responsibility for driving your own personal development.

From the HSBC Business School, you will be able to access a comprehensive set of tools and learning materials based on your specific role and business area, as well as courses that help you develop communication, leadership and presentation skills. You will be expected to complete some learning activities based on local regulatory requirements or the nature of your role, but you can also choose courses that are linked to your own interests or support your personal development.

You will have access to a mixture of formal and informal development opportunities, including on-the-job coaching and mentoring in addition to instructor-led workshops and e-learning.

From the outset, you will be able to develop your own professional networks with clients and colleagues around the world.

HSBC Awaits You

HSBC Awaits You

Posted: 11th of July 2016 by Anonymous

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