Allied Irish Bank Job Application Online
Allied Irish Bank will take on employees
According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of Allied Irish Bank Company, you can search for Allied Irish Bank recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work Allied Irish Bank: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Cashier, Business Support, Relationship Manager, Business Direct Official, Customer Service, Credit Official, Sales and Advisory Official, Part Time – Full Time.
Printable Application Form(PDF/DOC): Unavailable
Application References: jobs.aib.ie
With AIB, you have the opportunity to work with people who have the energy and drive to excel at what they do and to have some fun along the way. All this coupled with a competitive remuneration package and a culture where employee engagement, leadership and personal development are top of the agenda.
Allied Irish Bank Salary Info
Credit Analyst £48k – £52k per year
Regulatory Liaison Officer £48k – £52k per year
Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is one of the so-called “Big Four” commercial banks in Ireland. AIB offers a full range of personal and corporate banking services. AIB Capital Markets is the division of the company that offers international banking and treasury operations. The bank also offers a range of general insurance products such as home, travel, and health insurance. It offers life assurance and pensions through its wholly owned subsidiary, Ark Life Assurance.
In December 2010 the Irish government took a majority stake in the bank, which has since grown to 99.8%. AIB’s shares were formerly traded on the Irish Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange, but its shares were delisted from these exchanges following its effective nationalisation. The remaining publicly traded shares of AIB are now listed on the Enterprise Securities Market of the Irish Stock Exchange.
AIB also owns Allied Irish Bank (GB) in Great Britain and First Trust Bank in Northern Ireland. In November 2010, it sold its 22.5% stake in M&T Bank in the United States. At the beginning of 2008 AIB entered the Latvian, Estonian and Lithuanian markets by acquiring AmCredit mortgage finance business from the Baltic – American Enterprise Fund.