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26 days ago

Corporate Banking Portfolio Manager

US Bank Chicago, IL

include: underwriting all types of credit account exposure, coordinating reviews of legal documentation, managing an assigned credit portfolio and… US Bank


10 days ago

FX Operations Associate - Options

US Bank Chicago, IL

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - International business technical, trade, or business school certificate - Five or more years of… US Bank


27 days ago

Institutional Trust Bus Dev Officer

US Bank Chicago, IL

• Actively identify new prospects through direct calling efforts and from internal banking partners and external centers of influence, including… US Bank


12 days ago

District Small Business Specialist 2 - NORWOOD PARK

US Bank Chicago, IL

include originating scored credit requests up to $250,000 (with Equipment Finance lending up to $500,000) and selling Small Business… US Bank


2 days ago

On-Site Manager – new

US Bank Chicago, IL

Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays. This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS… US Bank


26 days ago

Property Administrator - Chicago Market

US Bank Chicago, IL

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Four to five years of experience in administrative and support… US Bank


12 days ago

In Store Branch Management - Naperville/Aurora

US Bank Chicago, IL

This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) registration under the terms of the S.A.F.E. Act of 2008 and Regulation Z. You will… US Bank


4 days ago

Business Banking Officer - Chicago market

US Bank Chicago, IL +2 locations

• Contributes to the growth of a profitable loan portfolio by originating applications for all types of small business loans. Gathers, analyzes and… US Bank


3 days ago

Portfolio Monitoring Analyst 1 – new

US Bank Chicago, IL

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree with coursework in accounting and finance, or equivalent work experience Preferred… US Bank


8 days ago

Senior Domestic AML Compliance Representative

US Bank Chicago, IL

Ensures aligned business units and/or functions are in compliance with various Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws and regulations. Assess high-risk… US Bank


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    Not a bad place, especially in today's economy. Seems to have potential in the long run.

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    Current Employee - Software Developer  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Software Developer in Chicago, IL

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    Pros

    The bank is conservative and seems to be pretty stable even these days. There is no layoffs or even talk about layoffs which is great. The atmosphere is pretty friendly and encourages cooperation between departments and cities. Management generally informs employees about the situation, there are company wide phone conferences. Workplace is very comfortable as far as casual atmosphere and work hours. It seems that when the job is done correctly and on-time, you can have some flexibility with work hours. Also, an unwritten rule allows people to work remotely at times. It comes handy when you live far away, bad weather strikes or emergencies strike. Giving time off to perform some community work is a very nice touch and not only gives a lot of satisfaction, but also encourages teamwork.

    Cons

    Bureaucracy, like in any big institution, sometimes drives me crazy. Requirements for documentation kill productivity although I understand that they serve a purpose. The IT department in particular is slow to respond to market needs. To reach with an initiative across departments is very hard and discouraging, which somehow limits one's opportunities. One thing that bugs me is bonus calculations. It seems that even after a great year the bank never gives 100% of targeted bonus, yet when tough times are on the horizon, raises are cut even before trouble starts. Maybe, this is very common, but it rubs me in a bad way just like the requirement to have a checking account with the bank in order to have automatic deposits (those little things).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If money is tight, think how to reward employees with some creative benefits that won't cost you much. Try maybe some team building ideas.

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