Help Desk Specialist III (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 28, 2016
This job worked with a variety of computer issues related to PNC's technical infrastructure. Learned how to troubleshoot either using remote assistance or visualization. We had access to multiple levels of support including password reset, remote computer access, mainframe use.
Business Analyst /Process system Analyst (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – September 28, 2016
The scope of the project was to enhance the system called Equator and LPS System integration that would allow the user to get a comprehensive view of workflow and process of the Fannie Mae guidelines in real estate area. I was also involved in analyzing servicing transaction from different mortgage companies and providing reports to the Fannie Mae business. Performed user audits and system parameter changes (Matrix Configuration changes) within the third party applications.
Coworkers like to back stab management and coworkers
Branch Sales & Services Representative (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – September 26, 2016
If you are not part of the click in the location were you are hired, you will not make in. May branchs are short help and have levels that are normally to high to hit and this is why there turn over is so high
Full Time Teller (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 23, 2016
The position I'm in is pretty good. From the moment you start (training) you are fully covered by the benefits. Some days it could be crowded and hectic but some days it could be pretty slow and calm. The employees and management are fantastic.
Teller (Former Employee) – Severna Park, MD – September 23, 2016
The job itself was great; I felt productive every day and was challenged to learn more about my role without feeling overwhelmed. However, the manager and supervisor would make last-minute changes to the schedule, changed their mind at the last minute about giving days off that were agreed upon months ago, and often would not adhere to important policies for the sake of convenience. I was with the company for a very short time and saw so many employees come and go during my time there because they were not willing to do anything for the employees.
I enjoyed it in the beginning but as time went by, I felt unappreciated.
Teller Supervisor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 22, 2016
In the beginning, I truly enjoyed working for PNC Bank but as time went on, I began to feel less and less appreciated. A lot was required of me with little reward. I felt like I could not give clients the best customer service and that cooperate did not care about clients needs.
Financial Consultant II (Current Employee) – Powder Springs, GA 30127 – September 21, 2016
Relaxing company, Fair Sales Structure, good compensation. Medical isn't great and the systems constantly crash and are out of date compared to other banks. If you are employed in the south your options for advancement are limited most corporate jobs are in the north.
Universal Banker (Current Employee) – Chicagoland Area, IL – September 19, 2016
Constantly having to fix other peoples mistakes when a slight bit of attention to detail would have prevented it. I love to work, but find I don't actually get to do much of it. There are times when I am focused and all my co workers want to do it talk about recipes. There is a time and place for everything, When I am at work, I want to make money, not sit around with my girlfriends and discuss what were doing that night.