CIBC is more than a bank. It’s a diverse community, a supportive culture and a place where you can thrive and excel.
Are you passionate about helping others?
Since 1867, CIBC has been helping clients secure their futures, own their homes, build their businesses and send their kids to school.
Is being involved in your community important to you?
CIBC employees proudly volunteer, donate, run and walk to make positive changes in our communities.
Do you want to keep learning and growing?
With an inclusive culture that supports professional development, CIBC employees don’t have jobs — they have careers.
At CIBC, our people are the key to achieving our vision of being recognized as the leader in client relationships, so we work hard to create an environment that acknowledges our employees’ unique talents, contributions and accomplishments.
Your talent. Your passion. Your drive. They all add up to your success at CIBC.
Throughout your career journey at CIBC, you can expect to:
Thrive - CIBC’s diverse community is open and compassionate. No matter what life throws at you, the freedom, flexibility, and support that comes with your CIBC experience will help you thrive in any situation.
Connect - Work in a place where finance meets the future, where teamwork and creativity co-exist to make innovation happen. Connect with a diverse team, foster collaboration and become part of an inspired community.
Develop - Through ongoing learning, development and growth opportunities, there are no limits to where your CIBC career journey will take you. Something extraordinary is happening here. Be a part of it and help us drive the future of banking.
Prosper - Share in our collective success and be recognized for your contributions to our achievements with competitive, performance-driven awards.
A lot of benefits. Health care, tuition assistance, share programs, year end and monthly bonuses. There's an emphasis on client experience and not sales. A lot of mobility, there's a lot of opportunities for advancement. Managers are nice and approachable.
Depending on your role your work hours may be difficult to adjust to. If you are new and low seniority you may work late or on weekends.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at CIBC (Chicago, IL) in September 2017.
Phone interview, introductory discussions about personal interests then moved on to discussing my resume and why i wanted to the job. The interviewer was also very focused on the university i attend, gpa and the specific courses i had taken.