Bank of America Jobs & Careers in Rancho Cordova, CA

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1 day ago

Sacramento East ~ Assistant Manager ~ Silicon Valley / East Sacramento – new

Bank of America Rancho Cordova, CA

• Proactively identify and manage risk in every business, product, and service transaction leveraging the Risk Framework… Bank of America


14 hrs ago

Mortgage Loan Officer – new

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

In this ongoing sales role, the Mortgage Loan Officer continually identifies, develops and maintains a quality network of business relationships that… Bank of America


4 days ago

Personal Banker- Sacramento South- Perkins Banking Center- Sacramento

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

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


4 days ago

Personal Banker- Sacramento South- Campus Commons Banking Center- Sacramento

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

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


11 hrs ago

Financial Solutions Advisor - Arden-Morse Banking Center – new

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

The primary role of the Field Financial Solutions Advisor (FSA) is to deepen banking and investment relationships with Bank of Americas Mass Affluent… Bank of America


2 days ago

Small Business Banker - Sacramento, CA (Cluster Locations: Arden-Morse, Town – new

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

The SBB is responsible for growing the profitability of the small business customer base and will lead with a primary deposit relationship. The SBB… Bank of America


9 days ago

Small Business Banker Manager

Bank of America Sacramento, CA

The Small Business Banker Manager is accountable for the execution of the sales delivery model to achieve targeted performance and growth of the Bank… Bank of America


21 days ago

Merrill Lynch Team Financial Advisor Program (Planning)

Bank of America Sacramento, CA +3 locations

• Understand all aspects of an optimal practice and complete the training and development needed to prepare for a successful career as a Financial… Bank of America


10 days ago

Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Program

Bank of America Sacramento, CA +3 locations

PMD is a structured and disciplined program that demonstrates our ongoingcommitment to the growth and progress of our Merrill Lynch Financial… Bank of America


7 days ago

Orangevale - 30 Hour Part Time Teller

Bank of America Orangevale, CA

include, processing transactions accurately and efficiently in accordance with established policies and procedures and engaging our customers… Bank of America


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    Rancho Cordova, CA site sucks so bad. The words I want to use are offensive and wrong but that's truly how I feel.

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    Former Employee - Home Services Specialist II  in  Rancho Cordova, CA
    Former Employee - Home Services Specialist II in Rancho Cordova, CA

    I worked at Bank of America full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    There are no pros besides the fact that I was employed during that time period of my life.

    Cons

    Upper management and lower management have no true manger skills. They are all puppets agreeing to it all and saying yes at all times. Every year or so they redeploy all associates to new roles and the training is horrible. This site has no commen sense. A lot of politics and drama.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get it together because no one there is happy. You look foolish running around to meeting after meeting trying to set up the next meeting. Upper level executives need to sit in the chair of the people who do the actual work so they can see first hand what the employees face day in and day out. It's not easy and all they do is look at Excell and other reports and numbers. GARBAGE SITE!!! I WILL NEVER WORK THERE AGAIN!!!! It was a BIG mistake working there.

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