Time to move on. I think the troll is gone.
Coke355mL, are you some kind of CIBC PR person ?:D
I am in my last year in Uni (taking up IT specializing in Business Analysis) It's not far from finance or any money-related field really as I get to study accounting and finance as well. I also have years of experience in customer service and sales, and I would like to work at a financial institution, just to get my foot in the door (I want to focus more into business rather than IT).
My question is: HOW DO I GET A CSR/TELLER JOB AT ANY BANK?
I thought of faxing my resume directly to the HR department of any bank. HR fax/telephone numbers, however are not available for public. I even called the main office of Scotiabank, BMO, CIBC, TD to ask for their HR fax/tel number but they don't want to give it to me.Whenever banks post a job position online, I immediately apply for it. But I have been doing it for years now, and I have not received a single call from them. I don't even think employers look at their online database anymore.
I have heard that most of the time, it's not about WHAT you know in order to get a job. It's about WHO you know. ALL my family members are in the medical field, they mostly work in either hospital or a clinic. So it's hard for me to find someone who can hook me up for a job at a bank.
How will I get a job at a bank? Should I call the branch managers and tell them I'm interested in the position? Mail the main office my resume and cover letter? E-mail the main office my resume and cover letter? Please help!?
How much does a cibc district branch manager make?
I also did the online application for years, never got any response.... nothing. Just an email about 2-3 months after my application that "sorry, you're not the right candidate".....
Anyway, if you are still looking for a CSR/Teller position, I hope this helps.
Let me get this straight...the OP slept his way into a teller position????
Can couples work at same branch? I know a couple who works at same branch, I know a lot of companies are not encouraged or disallowed this. What about in CIBC?
This is an old thread but it's pretty funny. OP was a jaded ex-employee that lasted 7 months in the lowest bank position next to the toilet scrubbers. To top it off, he only got the job cause he slept with someone he met over the Internet.