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.
old thread but can someone advice or provide feedback.
Trying to help out a friend who had questions and just got hired as a FSR for CIBC north york call centre location.
The job posting stated the training will be for 6 months. Is this all classroom based from 9 to 5 pm?? or Hybrid based with hours all over the place?? How are the weekly tests like?
2) how difficult is the job?? How hard is it to make bonus?? As long as you follow advices, rebuttal can you do a good job and the sales will come??
3) To transition next into FSR 2, do you need CSC?? What are the differences between FSR and FSR 2??
4) anything thing else?