- New customer-focussed, seven day a week bank to open in central Oxford
- Customer service jobs up for grabs
Metro Bank, the revolution in British banking, is set to open a new store in Oxford later this year. Famous for providing an unrivalled banking experience, the retail and business bank is looking to recruit local people who have a flair for providing customers with amazing service.
Unlike any other bank, Metro Bank provides instant account opening, along with on-the-spot card printing. With no appointment necessary, Oxford residents can ‘walk out working’ with a fully functioning account in a matter of minutes, rather than weeks. What’s more, the store will also have over 2,800 safe deposit boxes for customers to keep their valuables as well as free coin counting facilities for customers and non-customers alike.
With a range of roles available from cashiers to senior store management, Metro Bank is on the hunt for those people who love providing great customer service to join the banking revolution.
Iain Kirkpatrick, Managing Director of Retail Banking at Metro Bank commented: “We invest in all our channels, including our stores, to give customers choice about how, when and where they do their banking and can’t wait to bring the banking revolution to the heart of Oxford with the opening of our new city-centre store.
“New stores mean new jobs and we’re on the lookout for people who have a passion for putting customers’ needs first and those looking to build a career with us. There’s so much opportunity at Metro Bank and we can’t wait to welcome both new colleagues and new customers to the Banking Revolution and make a real difference to the way the city banks.”
The bank sources prime locations for its stores and is proud to make an investment in Oxford, securing a prominent location at: 4-5 Queen Street, Oxford, OX1 1EJ.
All stores are open at the most convenient time for local residents and businesses from 8am to 8pm Monday to Fridays, 8am to 6pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sundays and bank holidays, 362 days a year.