Summary of the job roleLloyds Banking Group is a financial services group that’s been serving communities around the UK, for hundreds of years. With some of the most recognised brands in the nation, including Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Scottish Widows and Bank of Scotland, we make a difference to the lives of millions of people and businesses. In fact, we provide trusted services to over 30 million UK customers, 12 million online users, and 6 million mobile users. And, the numbers continue to grow. How you can expect to spend your day; Have you got a mind for analysing information? Do you like problem-solving, working with a diverse group of people, and sharing knowledge? If you do, consider applying for a Lloyds Banking Group Business Management & Customer Operations Internship Programme. With over 30 million customers and a relationship with almost every household and community in the UK, Lloyds Banking Group makes a difference in the lives of millions of people. We strive to be the best bank for customers, and our Business Management & Customer Operations teams help us by acting as our internal strategic consultant. Join them, and you could be part of the team making sure our customers receive the best service and experience, every time. On our 10-week paid internship, you’ll gain in-depth insight into our business, and develop new skills. You’ll learn about the services we provide across the whole organisation, whether that’s analysing processes, managing people and projects, or providing internal consultancy to improve things for our customers. It’s a unique opportunity for you discover more about what matters to you in a career and where you’d like to work, once you graduate. Discover what matters to you on a Lloyds Banking Group Internship Programme. Internships worth discovering The ideal intern’s personality and qualifications; We’re interested in your unique skills and passions: any degree, any university, and all your interests. Whether a keen traveller, gym-junkie, film-buff or party planner – whatever shapes you, will shape us and our future organisation. You will however need to be in your penultimate year of study, and on track to receive a 2:2 degree or above. What are the perks of interning at this company? You’ll be joining an organisation that offers flexible working and a huge range of benefits, so you can build a reward package that best suits you – including private medical benefits and discounted financial products. And, if you impress us, you could be offered a place on our Graduate Leadership Programme.