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13 days ago

Capital Markets- Sr. QA Analyst

US Bank Chicago, IL

U.S. Bank is seeking a Senior Quality Assurance Analyst with strong project management and process improvement experience to contribute toward the… US Bank


12 days ago

In Store Banker

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


13 days ago

CDO Account Manager

US Bank Chicago, IL

Transaction Management: Perform transaction document review and negotiation in compliance with U.S. Bancorp policies and procedures as well as… US Bank


18 days ago

Senior Domestic AML Compliance Representative - Consumer Lending / Small Busines

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


27 days ago

Personal Banker - Full Time (40 hrs/wk) - 5850 W. Belmont Ave - Belmont Branch -

US Bank Chicago, IL

may include consumer loan originating and closing, account opening, safe deposit transactions, and branch opening/closing procedures. Refers other… US Bank


12 days ago

In Store Banker - 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


5 days ago

Universal Banker (40 hrs/wk) 2595 N Elston Ave. Chicago, IL - Riverfront Plaza B

US Bank Chicago, IL

Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends (for branch locations open on… US Bank


27 days ago

Group Product Manager

US Bank Chicago, IL

The purpose of this key role is to direct a staff of 6 product management professionals responsible for U.S. Bank’s portfolio of paper-based and… US Bank


12 days ago

Java Developer Senior

US Bank Chicago, IL

Expert-level experience in applications. Influences overall bank policy and procedures. Sets standards and procedures for multiple projects. "Go To… US Bank


3 days ago

Mortgage Loan Originator 1 – new

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


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    Stable paying job, nothing more

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Commercial Lending Analyst (intern)  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Commercial Lending Analyst (intern) in Chicago, IL

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    Pros

    If you are in need of a stable job or work experience. Otherwise, it would be advisable to start your career in credit analysis/lending elsewhere or in an entirely different field such as investing banking (if you are ambitious enough). Also, as far as banks go, US Bank is probably the most conservative with its lending policies, so don't expect it to post huge losses and go through rounds of layoffs like other banks have been doing recently.

    Cons

    The bank has a very conservative compensation policy and there is absolutely no training program for new hires. The people are generally intelligent, but prefer having a flexible lifestyle to making large sums of money. This may be a positive thing for some people, but I find that working with people who have relatively low expectations for their careers can drag down your own morale/expectations.

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    Get a training a program for new hires!

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