Mission: To help people spend smarter, manage debt better and save more so they can achieve a brighter financial future.
Meet Jessica, a Lead Auditor in our Internal Audit Team.
"Every day, I get to ask the question, 'What are were doing to mitigate risk?' I also have the chance to LEARN and be CHALLENGED. No one day is the same and I love getting to meet so many people across the organization and hear about the role they play in making Discover possible for our customers."
Read her story here:
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Work for a company you can feel good about. In 1986, we introduced our cash rewards credit card. It was innovative based on one simple, yet very important idea—that our customers deserve to feel appreciated; that we owe them the best experience possible. Since then, we’ve continued to be innovative—relentlessly pursuing better customer financial solutions and holding each solution up against the question: “Is this good for the customer?” If this makes sense to you—if it fits your vision about what a company should be—we want to talk to you.
Start enjoying great benefits Day 1 — On the day you start, you are able to take advantage of benefits like top-notch medical, dental and vision coverage, a 401(k) with a generous company match, and even tuition reimbursement and an amazing employee referral program.
At Discover, you get more than a paycheck—you get a sense of belonging. That’s because we’ve got a casual, friendly atmosphere that’s big on getting things done and making a difference for customers and communities. In fact, every year, our employees give back by donating thousands of dollars and volunteer hours helping worthy causes, including building local playgrounds. Plus, we celebrate diversity through our many Employee Resource Groups that give employees ways to support each other and promote inclusion. If this sounds like a place you’d be proud of, come talk to us.
Discover Financial Services is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, among other things, or as a qualified individual with a disability.
Discover will pay for the cost of select online bachelor’s degree. Books, tuition, required fees… everything is included. And from the first day on the job, every U.S.-based, full-time and flex part-time employee is eligible to apply. Select online degree programs are available from three top participating universities: University of Florida (via UF online), Wilmington University and Brandman University. You can apply to any of these three and pursue a range of business-focused degrees. We believe offering this level of educational opportunity and education assistance truly reflects our commitment to employee advancement and our corporate mission, “To help people spend smarter, manage debt better and save more so they achieve a brighter financial future.”
For more information about the Discover College Commitment program, including eligibility requirements, please visit https://www.mydiscoverbenefits.com/keyword/education-assistance/.
I have been working at Discover full-time (More than 3 years)
Outstanding benefits and good people
Slightly less inovative than its competitors
I applied online. I interviewed at Discover (Riverwoods, IL) in May 2017.
Completed a phone interview, then a month later visited the corporate office in Riverwoods, IL for an in-person interview. Discover offered to fly me & cover hotel since I was from out of town. I drove instead so they covered gas. Very nice of them and appreciated. The interview lasted 4 hours. Met a series of people from Director, to Supervisor, to Managers to the team from different departments. All were very nice. Questions were easy. They were more focused on describing to me what the job would be, and my experience in similar roles. The only issue was in logistics with the conference room HR has placed the interview in. The room I was supposed to be in was not available due to office renovation, so they had me in an impromptu room which made it a bit difficult for everyone else to find the right room I was in.