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15 days ago

Project Management Assistant

US Bank New York, NY

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree preferred - Experience in project management activities Preferred Skills/Experience… US Bank

19 days ago

Social Media Monitoring Director

US Bank New York, NY

Engage with users on a daily basis via online communities. Identify and build relationships with… US Bank

6 days ago

CDO Analyst

US Bank New York, NY

include: reads and interprets CDO indentures with regard to reporting requirements; creates technical report specifications from indenture language… US Bank

16 days ago

Instiutional Trust Business Development Officer

US Bank New York, NY

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

22 days ago

Corporate Banking Portfolio Manager

US Bank New York, NY

include: underwriting various types of credit account exposure, managing an assigned credit portfolio, successfully closing new business… US Bank

6 days ago

Sales: Mid-Market Sales Rep/Merchant Services/Outside Sales

US Bank New York, NY

Elavon is currently seeking a Middle Market Merchant Services Sales Representative who is responsible for selling merchant payment processing… US Bank

13 days ago

AIS Centralized Technology Operations Analyst

US Bank Hackensack, NJ

The Central Operations and Technology Team, a key part of the Alternative Investments Division, is looking for a dynamic, motivated, self-starter to… US Bank

6 hrs ago

Hedge Fund Financial Reporting Associate – new

US Bank Hackensack, NJ

Include: · Meeting monthly deadlines for submission of accurate schedules to client. · Interacting with client on issues and reporting… US Bank

9 days ago

Hedge Fund Investor Services Associate

US Bank Hackensack, NJ

, while also assisting other team members as needed. The candidate will be expected to provide a high quality of client service by ensuring that all… US Bank

22 days ago


US Bank Hackensack, NJ

include: • Trade entry (via file upload processes) into portfolio accounting system • Transmission of trades to prime brokers • Confirmation of… US Bank

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    Huge Career Mistake

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Relationship Manager in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Relationship Manager in New York, NY

    I have been working at U.S. Bank


    -Richard Davis is a reasonable man who represents the bank very well- whether or not he is genuine is up to your own personal interpretation. On the whole he comes across as agreeable.


    -There is absolutely no say in how things are done if you are junior- you are just expected to "do your job".
    -There are no promotions. Period.
    -Benefits package is horrible. Minimal health, dental, vision and the insurance companies are all MN based, which causes difficulties finding doctors who will take your insurance in some regions.
    -The company is taking a cutthroat, top-tier investment bank approach to doing business in spite of the fact that it's just not that type of business. The company wants it both ways- become involved in the top deals (or else) but at the same time don't take on any "unnecessary risks". Of course, unnecessary really means "any risk at all".
    -Most of the bosses (in the NY office anyway) take a "work is life" approach. Staying at the office past 9-10 PM is not uncommon under certain bosses.
    -"Face time" is absolutely essential for survival.
    -Credit officers are not always forward thinking. At times some officers can be stuck in a 70's or 80's style train of thought.
    -Minimal support for returning to school to earn MBA/CFA.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Figure out who you are as a bank. If you still want to transition, go all the way. Stop telling people that you are going to change and then keep doing the same things you've always done.
    -Enough with the nonsensical propaganda. This is a company where you have to wear lapel pins when the top executives come in to town (Office Space anyone?)
    -Develop a forward thinking environment that promotes interests outside work. It is unhealthy to make people work until 9-10 PM every night. Maybe you should instead promote things like a healthy lifestyle (such as partially subsidizing costs to a gym/fitness center), which could start to improve the lackluster benefit package.

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