Permanent tsb has a long banking history in Irish communities, with roots that stretch back over 200 years to the Building Society and Trustee Savings Bank movements. Throughout this time our focus has been on delivering exceptional customer service and connecting with our local communities. Our experiences over two centuries shape our culture and influence how we do things today.

The Bank's ambition to be Ireland's best personal and small business bank is only possible if we create a diverse, inclusive and supportive environment where our colleagues feel engaged, valued and are given the support they need to be the best they can be.

85%

of employees feel comfortable to be themselves at work regardless of background or life experiences

c.200

colleagues received an Institute Of Banking (IOB) accreditation, with more than 900 employees enrolled in banking education programming

c.1000

nominations to our Values In Practice Awards, Permanent TSB’s colleague recognition programme

Committed to growing our people

You can read more about commitment to growing our people on our Responsible Business Website

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Smarter working

At permanent tsb, we introduced a Smarter Working Programme to enable optionality and more flexible ways of working for colleagues, while encouraging the use of a broader range of technology.

The range of Smarter Working Options available to colleagues include: reduced hours; job sharing; compressed hours; sabbaticals and career breaks; home working or working from an alternative office location.

More details on options available will be provided to you during the recruitment process.

Supporting our colleagues wellbeing

The wellbeing of our employees throughout all stages of their career and personal lives is of paramount importance to us. As part of permanent tsb's investment in employee wellbeing, we offer a range of financial, physical and mental health and wellbeing programmes and benefits to assist and support our people. Read more about these programmes and benefits here.

Diversity and inclusion

Permanent tsb is an equal opportunities employer committed to creating a professional environment in which our employees feel valued, included and empowered to succeed in their career, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, race, religion, ability/disability, background or life experiences. In 2018, we launched our Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Strategy to support the above ambition. Read more about our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy here

If you have a disability or self-identify as diverse ability, please email our Recruitment Team, should you require any reasonable accommodation during the application or recruitment process.  For example, if you require an adjusted schedule, to have documents read to you, use your preferred technology or a sign language interpreter for the interview. We are here to support you throughout our recruitment process and a member of the team will contact you directly within 48 hours.

Employee resource groups

To support the delivery of our D&I Strategy, the Bank has set up a number of Employee Resource Groups (ERG's), whose aim is to enable employees to join together based on shared characteristics or life experiences. There are currently three ERGs in place – PRISM, Permanent TSB’s LGBTQ+ Network, Better Balance, a Network focused on gender balance across the Bank, and LIFE, a Life Balance and Support Network and DICE, which recognises, values, promotes and celebrates people of all races, ethnicities, nationalities and cultural heritage.

Gender balance in the workplace

Permanent tsb is also a member of the 30% Club, a group of c.200 Chairs and CEOs committed to better gender balance at all levels of their organisations.

The Bank is a member of Triple FS (Female Fast Forward – FS Women in Leadership) and has actively championed women in leadership development through our partnership with the Irish Management Institute (IMI) in addition to our Early Career Development Programme, supporting our female colleagues who are only just beginning their career. 

Our community impact  

With a presence in more than 80 locations nationwide, the Bank engages with the community through building strong community partnerships, providing financial support to local charities through the work of the permanent tsb Community Fund, and through engaging employees in volunteering initiatives. You can read more about our commitment to community here.

c.€700,000

in financial contributions to Irish community programming in 2020

c.€340,000

in charitable giving through the permanent tsb Community Fund and the Staff Charities Fund in 2020

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Community Partnerships 

Join the team – current vacancies

We look for talented, enthusiastic and professional people. If you are committed, motivated, commercially minded, and customer focused, we want to hear from you. Check out our current vacancies and apply today. To apply, please complete all sections of the online from and attach your CV through our CoreHR Portal.

  •  Note: some vacancies may have a separate application form attached, if so, it must be completed in full before being submitted.
  • If the application has been successfully submitted, the status of the application will update to "submitted", and you will receive an automatic email from us acknowledging receipt. 
  • If you do not receive this auto-acknowledgment, please contact recruit@permanenttsb.ie

What to expect at your interview with permanent tsb

  • Competency based interviews
  • Be fully prepared to answer in-depth questions on all areas of your CV
  • Read the Role Profile attached to the vacancy you are applying for and think about how your knowledge, skills & experience matches it
Click here to download more interview tips
Graduate Talent Programme

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications in 2021 for our new Graduate Talent Programme running from October 2022, for 24 months.

Support for colleagues during Covid-19

In response to Covid-19, we took early action to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our workforce. Protecting our colleagues remains our number one priority and we are focused on continuing to support our people through this period of uncertainty.

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