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Product & Proposition

Making membership count

Product & Proposition

Our team

Radical developments in payment technology are influencing how our members interact with their accounts, and it’s our community that’s at the very heart of it. We’re people-focused, putting our members front and centre when it comes to developing ideas. We’re always looking for commercially-aware, strategically-minded people to join our team and make a difference.

Current vacancies

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Front End Developer


Location Central London
Contract Permanent

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Content Editor


Location Swindon
Contract Fixed Term Contract

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There are 2 vacancies in Product & Proposition


What we do

We develop the products and propositions our members ask for, and find ways of rewarding them for their loyalty. We work closely with our members to understand what products they need and when they need them. We also balance our Society’s needs with engaging reward scheme initiatives.

Products & Props

Another first for Nationwide

It’s important that our products and services reflect the changing needs of our members, at the heart of this development is the Products & Propositions team who are committed to improving our member offerings.

An example of this product innovation was the designing and launching of a lifetime mortgage to support members in later life looking to access the capital tied up in their property. In doing so, Nationwide became the first major high street lender to offer a lifetime mortgage. The team were careful to design a product that represented good value as well as including all checks and balances to ensure members fully understand how it works.

Chris Rhodes, Head of the People & Propositions team, commented: “All of our products and propositions remain focused on one thing – the needs of our members. This team takes accountability for ensuring they are at the forefront of our minds during the development process.”