Thursday, 7 July 2011

Senior Manager-Payments needed for Nationwide Building Society

Nationwide Building Society seeks Senior Manager – Payments
Nationwide, the world's biggest building is looking for a Senior Manager – Payments to lead their Service Managers.
Nationwide has assets worth around £190 billion.
They are the UK's third largest savings provider and third largest mortgage lender.
Setting the pace
Nationwide is one of the largest funders of social housing in the UK.
In the year to April 2010 Nationwide's products featured in best buy tables in national newspapers over 600 times.
In 2009, Nationwide won over 10 major awards from independent organisations for its products and services including: most trusted financial services company, most trusted savings provider, most trusted mortgage provider, best building society, best overall online provider, and best mortgage customer service.
In 2009 Nationwide was named as one of the world's top 50 safest financial institutions by Global Finance magazine.
In 2009, they expanded their savings operation into the Republic of Ireland with the opening of Nationwide UK (Ireland), headquartered in Dublin.
In 2009 Nationwide acquired selected assets and liabilities of Dunfermline Building Society.
In 2008 mergers with The Derbyshire and The Cheshire Building Societies were successfully completed bringing greater financial security to customers of these societies.
In 2007 their merger with Portman Building Society created a society with 14 million members.
In 2001 they launched the UK’s first internet banking service available through a television and set top box.
In 1997 they were the first to introduce a retail internet banking service in the UK.
In October 1995 they became the first building society to launch PC home banking.
In June 1995 they became one of the first financial organisations to have a site on the Internet.
They launched a Visa Delta debit card in 1991.
They changed the face of retail banking in 1987 when they introduced their award winning FlexAccount.
A reputation for integrity
Nationwide has raised awareness of ‘negative order of payments’ practice on credit cards and influenced the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills to include ‘order of payments’ in its review. Unlike many other credit card providers Nationwide operates a more customer friendly ‘positive’ order of payments which means that when you make a payment to reduce the balance on your credit card, they reduce your most expensive debt first.
Since 2008 Nationwide has campaigned for fairness in allocation of payments into the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and a fairer risk based scheme is now planned.
In October 2002 they became the first UK credit card issuer to introduce a 'summary box', outlining all the key rates and charges. As a result of Nationwide's leadership, all credit card issuers are now required to provide a summary box. They have launched a similar summary box for our current account and personal loan products.
Pride in our people
Nationwide has been recognised as an Investors in People organisation since 1992 and they continue to enjoy a successful relationship with IIP and their partners. In 2007 Nationwide was again given Investors in People Champion status until October 2010
Supporting the community
Their members and employees have raised over £6 million for Macmillan Cancer Support since 1993.
They have distributed over 12 million pedestrian reflectors to primary school children to make them much more visible to motorists.
The award winning Nationwide Education web site delivers free financial and safety education to teachers, children and parents has already received over 5.5m 'hits'.
They have invested £3 million in Citizens Advice to fund the recruitment and training of 1,300 volunteers who provide financial education, training and advice on money matters.
They are the major sponsor of Disability Sport Events with a £1million investment in swimming and athletics, stretching to the 2012 Paralympics. DSE organises regional, national and international championships in a variety of sports.
In order to apply for the Senior Manager, Payments role, please go to,-payments-194.htm for more information and to progress your application.

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