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We believe that building long-term relationships with our clients and placing individual branch offices in the neighborhoods where investors live and work are key to serving our clients' needs.
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Plan on making more than just a living. As an Edward Jones Financial Advisor, we'll inspire you to do more, be more, achieve more. Our business model, culture and entrepreneurial spirit are designed to help you - and our clients - succeed.
Edward Jones Financial Advisors are known for building quality, one-to-one relationships with clients – and they're able to maintain those relationships with the help of the Branch Office Administrator When clients have questions, the Financial Advisor will often depend on the Branch Office Administrator to provide a timely response.
An effective marketing communications program is only as strong as the person who implements it on a daily basis. At the Financial Advisor’s direction, the Branch Office Administrator updates prospect and client data records, executes direct mail programs, assists with planning seminars and makes follow-up calls to set or confirm appointments. The Branch Office Administrator also helps the Financial Advisor to deepen existing client relationships by preparing a variety of reports for scheduled appointments and scheduling systematic contact activities.
When you bring your ideas, your expertise and a desire to help others, you'll help others, you'll help our clients, our firm and our associates reach their goals. Edward Jones operates two full-service U.S. headquarters facilities in St. Louis, Mo., and Tempe, Ariz. These two locations serve as the key hubs to support our expanding network of branch offices.
Here, you'll find that your work can make a real difference in people's lives. Every position ultimately supports our branch network of Financial Advisors, who provide the investments, services and advice our clients need to work toward their long-term financial goals.
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I have been working at Edward Jones full-time (Less than a year)
The only financial services company that truly cares about the client, my brother heard from a competing company. The people here are great. I lived in Japan for 8 years and EJones has the same high commitment to servicing our own staff and clients that the best in the world has. My support team is hands off for the most part. Fair and honest. A lot is up to you. You have to realize you can't do everything and must ask for advice on how to get better. The help is top notch, so caring and personable.
You must learn to manage yourself. It's a double-edged sword: You have much freedom but also you have to work hard. Most people have to be told when they can take a break, lunch, time-off, etc. Not so much here. You have to generate activity on your own. You must be independent and be able to work as a team as well. I've been out in the field as a new Financial Advisor now for 4 months and licensed for 2 and a half months or so. First month was a little uncomfortable, but nothing you can't do. Second month started rocky but I got lucky from working hard and had a super month. So exciting. Now, I'm focused on balancing my work and continuing to learn more and improve every day.
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The best feeling was calling compliance for advice this morning and helping my client make the right decisions. There are so many stories of people helping others, new, old, head office, local office, BOA, doesn't matter. Everyone is a component of something always getting better. Once or twice I have a hard day, but I always hold my head high... I'm having fun.
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The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Edward Jones.
After applying I was contacted by a talent manager acquisition person and scheduled a phone interview. After passing the first interview they schedule a in person interview with a current financial advisor. The in person interview is pretty standard STAR format. Be sure to wear a full suit and tie or it is an automatic no. The interview is pretty easy and the advisor told me he was going to pass me at the end. Make sure you have some good questions to ask at the end. This is followed by another phone interview with a talent acquisition manager. Again in the STAR format and pretty easy as well. If you pass this it is on to a day in the life test. The day in the life is a simulated test were you make calls and answer emails. Chose the prospect over anything else. Stay calm and stay busy.
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