Welcome to our Career Academy. We believe in driving aspiration for the future in young people and here you will find all sorts of hints and tips for kick-starting careers as well as some behind-the-scenes insight into roles at The Nottingham and the careers of the people who work here. Find out more about some of our employees and their roles below.

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A day in the life of

Ever wanted to know what it was like to work at The Nottingham or in financial services? Take a peek at some of our employees below and what they do during their day’s work.

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Me and my career

Ever wanted to know how our employees got into their roles? Take a look at some of our people below and how they got to work here at The Nottingham.

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Sharing our skills

Our employees have a unique set of skills, knowledge and experience. Check out some of their tips below to help you during your career – getting started and getting going!

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Oli Mott - Senior financial crime manager

Watch how Oli changed direction in his crime-fighting career when he joined financial services from the police as a CSI.

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Ellie Jackson – Customer services assistant

Ellie prides herself on giving a great service to our members who visit us in branch. Watch Ellie’s career story here.
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Virtual work experience

Take a look behind the scenes, some of the roles that we do and a few of its people. We're a mutual which means we have no shareholders so the profit we make is reinvested in the business.

David Ellis - Local leader

Hear from David all about his journey to becoming a local leader for The Nottingham's branch network. David is responsible for a group of branches in a designated area.

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Isaac Ainooson - Account manager

Isaac works at Mintel who provide The Nottingham with research and insight to help us understand our customers more.

How to boost your employability

We've been speaking to some of the young people taking part in Trent Bridge in the Community’s YouNG project to answer some of their questions about the world of work.