Bank of America Jobs in Amarillo, TX

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5 days ago

Personal Banker - AMARILLO, TX - 406 S POLK ST - AMARILLO DOWNTOWN Banking Center - Spanish Preferred

Bank of America Amarillo, TX

Personal Bankers (PBs) are responsible for offering and selling financial products and services (i.e. Credit Cards, CDs, Loans) to both consumer and… Bank of America


30+ days ago

North Texas - Assistant Manager - Medical Banking Center

Bank of America Amarillo, TX

Assistant managers (AMs) assist and support the banking center manager (BCM) in leading associates to meet and exceed performance targets, ensuring… Bank of America


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    Pros

    GREAT benefits. The Bank provides enrichment opportunities such as language classes and personal growth experiences in volunteerism, as well as tuition reimbursement and free accounts. Salary is in the median of the bell curve but they offer overtime and other benefits like partial day care reimbursement. Work is routine and you know what you are doing in your role. 401k match is one of the best in the industry.

    Cons

    The Manager you have will make or break your experience. I have had some great ones who let you do your work and I have had high-maintenance ones who are beyond A-Type Micro-Managers. The culture is skewed to religious so avoid mentioning if you are atheist. They are fine with MOST of the other religions.

    Advice to Management

    Decide if you care about the process or the outcome. Six Sigma is flawed fallacious reasoning that the same process will produce the same results every time. Subjective decisions require human variable and discretion.


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