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Work with us

Every role at Lloyds Bank Foundation contributes to the work we do in partnering with small local charities, people and communities working towards a more just and compassionate society. Through unrestricted funding, support to develop and influencing policy and practice we help small and local charities thrive, communities grow stronger, and people overcome complex issues and barriers so they can transform their lives.


Current vacancies & tenders

Administrative Support Officer
A key member of the People and Communities Team as a first point of contact to organise meetings and deliver workshops. Salary £29,000. Full-time, remote based. Deadline 7 January 2024


Invitation to tender Evaluation and learning support for Criminal Justice Leadership development pilot programme  Deadline for submissions 14 December 2023


Invitation to tender Evaluation of School for Social Entrepreneurs development programmes  Deadline for proposals 14 December 2023


You can find our Recruitment Privacy Statement here.

Since joining the Foundation as a 2027 Associate, the opportunity that was presented to me to get a real insight into the UK voluntary sector in general and grant making in particular was remarkable. I am so proud to be a member of the grant making team and play my part in the drive to better support and develop the capacity of small charities to address the issue of social injustice. I hope to further progress my career in the sector, and I feel I am at the right place.

Nebiat Tefera Abebe, Grants Officer

Everyone working at the Foundation plays a key role in helping us partner effectively with small and local charities across England and Wales. Some of the benefits we offer include:

Regional Manager Peter takes a selfie with two attendees at our Value of Small event
  • Living wage employer
  • Comprehensive training and development plan and dedicated budget
  • Generous annual leave (25–30 days pa plus statutory days)
  • Pension scheme (up to 13% contribution by the Foundation)
  • Private medical insurance that includes dental, eyecare and mental health
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Season ticket loan or car allowance (as appropriate)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Flexible working (part time, home working, job share etc.)
  • Volunteering opportunities (2 days per year)


We’re committed to supporting everyone working with us to achieve their full potential no matter their background. That’s why we have made a number of commitments to improve our recruitment process and beyond, ensuring staff feel included, supported and able to thrive in a workplace that supports health, wellbeing and respects and celebrates diversity.


Disability confident employer

We have Disability Confident Employer committed status (Level 1) under the UK Government’s Disability Confident Employer Scheme. This guarantees an interview to disabled people who apply to work with us and who meet the essential recruitment criteria. We’re working towards achieving full status. Our goal is to get to Level 2 within two years and will review and set an ambition for when to achieve full Level 3 then.


Please click here for more information about the scheme: Disability Confident employer scheme - GOV.UK (


One of our commitments is to make adjustments to support people during the recruitment process and if successful their employment with us too.  


Support during the interview process is personalised to you as we know that one size does not fit all. In the past we have provided note takers during interviews, printed interview questions shared in advance, additional time given for assessments, allowing candidates to use specific accessibility software.


We encourage you to get in touch with us if you'd like to talk through adjustments that will help you have the best chance during your interview.


Once you start working with us you will have conversations with your line manager and our HR team to understand how you can thrive at work. We’ll also carry out workplace assessments to understand your individual needs. Examples of the kind of support we’ve made available to staff include sit-stand chairs, noise cancelling headphones, automated transcription service for video calls and closed captioning, adapted phones to meet accessibility needs, workplace coaching, flexible working arrangements and more.


If you require any adjustments for any part of the recruitment process, then please contact the Human Resources department on who will be able to help you further.


Recruiting trustees

The Foundation is passionate about recruiting and maintaining a diverse Board of Trustees with a wide range of backgrounds, skills and interests. The Nomination Committee are responsible for identifying areas that could be better represented on the Board and managing the recruitment process for new trustees. The Foundation recruits up to 4 Trustees from Lloyds Banking Group and 8 Trustees via an open external recruitment process. Vacancies are advertised externally with clear role descriptions and person specification, setting out any particular skills and experience that the Foundation are looking for.

Candidates are shortlisted using agreed criteria and with regard to the Foundation’s dignity at work policy and the Foundations’ commitment to the Disability Confident Employers Scheme.