History of PNC Bank

PNC Bank is located across all of the United States.  Being one of the largest banks in America, they hold over $250 billion in assets.  Currently, they operate in 15 states, and plan on expanding yearly.  They have a major presence in areas such as D.C. and other.

They specialize in financial business banking, personal banking, as well as work with government, handling money as well.  They are one of the best when it comes to asset management, as well as processing.  As of 2010, they are the 6th largest bank in terms of deposits.


Hours of Operation:  Mon-Thurs: 9:00am-5:00pm; Fri: 9:00am-6:00pm; Sat: 9:00am-12:00pm

Minimum Age to Work Here:  18 years old

Positions Available:  Customer Service Representative, Mortgage Cross Sell Loan Representative, Sales and Service Supermarket Banker, Customer Service Associate, Acquisitions Analyst, Tax Credit Relationship Manager, Investment Fund Manager, Peak Time Teller Banking Representative, Wealth Planner, Business Banker, Bilingual Spanish/English In-Store Sales Consultant, Universal Banker, Bank Teller, Financial Sales Consultant, Personal Banker, Mortgage Loan Officer, Sales/Service Banker, Teller Supervisor, Assistant Manager, Branch Manager, Operations Manager, Licensed Branch Financial Sales Consultant, Banking Representative, Team Director

Background Check Required?  Yes

Negotiation:  There is no room for negotiation since the salary rate is set.


Job Description / Average Wage

Financial Sales: You will be in charge of helping customers set up checking, savings accounts, and more.  You will inform them on what products you have to offer, as well as which ones are going to work out the best for them.  Most consultants will work on salary / hourly basis, depending on your branch.  The average salary is $20,000 to $55,000 a year.

Teller: This position requires no education.  You will work either the drive thru, or you will work the counter.  You will cash checks, work with deposits, or answer questions a customer may have.  In your downtime, you may have to file paperwork, etc.  The average wage is anywhere from $8 to $14 a hour.

Customer Service: You will help customers with any questions that they have that are non-teller related.  You will help set up loans, CDs, as well as point them in the right direction, if they have mortgage questions, etc.  This job is going to pay anywhere from $22,000 to $32,000 a year based on experience.

Branch Manager: As a branch manager, you’re going to be in charge of running the entire bank.  You’re going to help with opening the bank, closing it, as well as the whole hiring process in the bank itself.  You’re going to assist customers with transactions, as well as help the customers that walk in with any main issues that they may have.  The branch manager can make anyhwere from $39,000 to $52,000 a year.

Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, Life Insurance
  • Benefits for both full time, and part time
  • Education assistance
  • Paid Vacation, as well as training
  • 401(K) and pension plans
  • Stock purchase plan
  • Great opportunities for growth

Atmosphere and Perks

PNC workers are offered with wide array of job benefits like work hour’s flexibility, competitive pay, and paid on the job training. Qualified workers will also have additional benefits which include 401(k) retirement packages, health and wellness perks, paid time off and a lot more of employment perks. This is a great venue for those who aspire to kick off a career to companies where there are more rooms of career advancement and development.

Interview Questions

Can you describe your previous job?

What are the skills that you have are best suited for the company?

What is your advantage over other candidates interested in this position?

Who are you as a person?

What is the difference between our checking and savings account products?

Do you have any idea about the company’s financial products?

How did you handle your unhappy customer?

How will you apply quality customer service?

What will you do if a fellow employee is doing offenses against the company?

How will you settle conflict with your co-workers or your superior?

Interview Tips

If you come for an interview make sure you are professionally dressed to impress the prospect employer or the interviewer. Display a positive personality with your ability to build rapport.  You should demonstrate your ability to deal with any banking transactions. The interview questions will cover your customer relation skills, banking knowledge and related experiences and your education background. Make sure to show utmost interest for the position you have applied.

How to apply

If you want to apply for the job, the best way is to search for job opening on their website, which can be found here.  If you don’t want to apply online, you may also apply at a local branch as well.