Bank of Ireland recruiting for 100 technology roles

Bank of Ireland is recruiting for 100 roles in technology to support digital projects across the Group. The roles will help direct important technology projects for the Group including new customer features on digital channels, protecting customers against fraud and advanced data analytics.  

These news roles will be filled across data, delivery management, engineering, resilience and cyber, recruiting talent within areas such as cloud, open banking, AI and emerging technologies and API’s.  

In 2023 the Bank of Ireland saw an 18% year on year increase in active digital users, with over 60 developments made to the mobile app and the launch of a customer portal and digital advice platform in the area of Wealth and Insurance.  

New recruits will be eligible to avail of Bank of Ireland’s suite of paid leave programmes under the bank’s Family Matters policies including maternity and paternity leave, parents leave, foster care leave, early pregnancy loss, surrogacy, and fertility leave.  

Ciarán Coyle, Group Chief Operating Officer, Bank of Ireland said:  

We continue to invest in our talent, technology and infrastructure, to ensure customers have the very best banking services. We’re currently progressing a range of innovative digital projects across the Group, and we want to recruit talented specialists who can enhance the banking experience for our customers. 

“Bank of Ireland offers an exciting and dynamic environment for career development. In addition to exciting projects, we provide a supportive environment with inclusive workplace policies, flexible remote work options through a network of hubs, and competitive pay and benefits. We are looking for the very best talent to join our technology team as we continue to deliver improvements for customers and colleagues across the organisation.”  



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