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Change

Help us map the future of our Society

Change

Change at Nationwide

We’re a member led organisation, which for us means delivering change that meets our members’ needs and delivers an excellent customer and colleague experience. We have opportunities in a range of business areas across a number of different roles.


 

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Why choose our Change programme

There are over 3,000 people delivering multiple projects at any one time. This year, we plan to spend £529 million to simplify our IT infrastructure and develop innovative new technology, bringing new products and services to market faster. Agile working and a refreshed way of delivering change make this an exciting place to be.

We work closely with our Digital Team so you could be supporting end-to-end product ownership, digital channels or key operations like website optimisation, analytics and insight.

You can expect the role to be varied, challenging, energetic and rewarding, coupled with opportunities to deliver and lead.
You'll grow your business acumen, commercial and strategic awareness, and build lasting, effective relationships.

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Grow, learn and develop

From day one, you’ll be involved with business-critical change initiatives and experience first-hand a range of initiatives varying in strategic theme, size, scale and complexity.

You’ll be completing key project activities and tasks, engaging and managing stakeholders and improving your understanding of change management and project methodologies.

As you learn more about successfully delivering change across the Society, you will be awarded more responsibility and have the opportunity to hone your teamworking and leadership skills. If you already have any experience within Change delivery, that's a bonus.

Words and phrases that describe you

Logical, creative problem-solver, attention to detail, decisive, proactive, team leader, inquisitive, resilient, digitally savvy, good communicator, well-organised, pragmatic, great with people.

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And your network will grow your career

Around 80% of jobs today are gained through networking. That statistic alone is enough to make anyone invest their time in this. What this shows is that many jobs are not formally advertised. This means that your perfect job might have come around without you even realising, simply because you’re not putting yourself out there in the right networks. Referrals are becoming an increasingly popular way to recruit, meaning more and more it’s about who you know, rather than what you know. Networking therefore provides the perfect opportunity to utilise this both online and offline.

Offline
Get yourself out there

Joining the appropriate networks and attending relevant events can start getting your name out into the right circles. Not only will that but through talking to new people within your industry you’ll start to build up self-confidence, especially when talking about yourself and your skills. 

Follow up

After an event the chances are you will have met a range of people and have collected an abundance of business cards. You may have given them your business card too, but don’t wait for them to get in contact first. It’s so important to follow up on any introductions – this shows you are organised, keen and serious about potential employment opportunities.

Quality over quantity

Invest your time finding quality, relevant connections. Your networking contact list should be filled with people you’ve built a real relationship with and have the potential to offer you opportunities to progress your career.
Don’t waste your time getting to know everyone, spend your time wisely and invest in just a few, well-researched connections so that you build up genuine and natural relationships.

Online
Share useful content

There are so many digital platforms that can help you network in an easy and efficient way. All social media platforms are made up of an abundance of rich sources of content that can help you discover more about your industry and share this knowledge with your connections. This’ll help position you as a thought leader, and as someone others in the industry will look to for information and more importantly to fill job roles.

Grow your connections

Connect with people not just within your industry but interesting people outside of your industry too. Through doing this you can build up a rich list of first and second-degree connections for potential job opportunities or simply thought-leaders you can learn from.

Start with your connections with family or friends and note down any avenues or links you could explore that could lead to the branching out into another realm of connections.

Join groups and circles

Sign up to newsletters for relevant publications or websites you regularly visit and surround yourself with interesting information from your sector. Engage with real communities through social media and in particular, LinkedIn and Twitter. Here you can join conversations and have access to a host of valuable people you may never have met in person.

Grow your network with us

To make a start in creating a rich and useful network you can follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.  This can help kick-start your network by helping to get your name out there among industry professionals and keep up to date with all our employment opportunities.