United Bank for Africa Career
Careers at UBA
We believe strongly in the interconnectedness of human beings. We encourage unity while celebrating diversity as a proud tribe. We are one CULTURE, ONE PEOPLE, One Bank. We are a Tribe, The UBA Tribe.
We take pride in the many cultures and genders represented in our workforce as they help us better serve our vast and diverse customer base. You will find among us, Lions and Lionesses that speak English, French and/or Portuguese, thereby making us relevant both on the continent and globally
At UBA, we take our corporate culture very seriously and take proactive steps to enshrine it in the hearts of our employees. Our culture is defined by our core values.
At UBA, we do not just train our people to be the best in the job, we also offer encouragement, recognition, and rewards. UBA remains the ideal workplace to realize potentials and enjoy career advancement. As part of our commitment to reward excellence, 5,000 staff were promoted in 18 months; three thousand in 2017 and two thousand in 2018. This is how we recognize and reward impeccable effort and performance. We will continue to sustain this drive to better improve our workforce
Working at UBA
At UBA we are a tribe with an innate sense of identity and belonging. Our people are our most valuable assets and this shows in the way we support one another. Our tribe shares the same core values, as well as generic views on excellence and great service. Everyone who becomes a part of our tribe is immediately drawn to our irresistible culture of value creation, ultimately affecting every other aspect of their life and worldview
Where do you fit?
Whatever level you are at in your career, we offer plenty of opportunities to build a truly rewarding career at UBA. Are you an Experienced Professional or interested in our Graduate Trainee Program & Internship?
Why Choose UBA?
With more than 7 million customers across the continent, operations in 18 countries in Africa, and over 10,000 workers in charge of these operations, we take delight in our Africaness.