Your first days

We hope you'll settle in quickly, but you're likely to have lots of questions, so here's what to expect when you start your role.
 
First of all you'll need to know where to go on your first day, what to wear, how to get paid and understand how our induction programme works.
 
We've designed our new joiner checklist to help you structure your first 90 days in the company, which also covers the personal and job-related activities that need to be completed from week one onwards. Plus, for every new starter, there are mandatory training courses to consider. Your manager will also have their own checklist and will be on hand to support you as you start your new role, then work with you on your training and development goals.
 
To make your journey smoother from the start, you can also ask your manager to provide you with a buddy. Together your manager and your buddy will help you get up to speed in no time at all.

Where to go

Find out where you need to go on your first day and plan the best route for travel.
 
 

What to wear

The way we present ourselves at work creates a professional image of Santander for our customers and visitors. 
 

Bank account

We'll pay your salary into a Santander bank account, so you'll need to open one if you don't bank with us already.
 

Checklist

Our new joiner checklist helps you structure your first 90 days in the company, covering your personal and job-related activities.
 

Systems access

The access you need depends on your bsusiness area. Find our more about our systems and how you'll connect with them.
 

Security

Working for a bank does mean that we're tight on security, so you'll be issed with an ID pass to access our main sites. 
 

Induction

Our induction programme covers the first 12 months of your employment and is tailored according to your role.
 

Mandatory training

Our mandatory training courses have to be completed within your first 30 days of joining, and some retaken annually.
 

Probation

During your probation period, we'll provide support, training and clear guidance on the standards required for your role.