Universal Banker (Former Employee) – Oak Park, IL – March 23, 2017
Trying to get loans approved during a time when the economy wasn't doing too good, made it very hard to reach loan goals. Management was understanding of the issue, however there was not much they could do since that was part of the job.
Lots to learn supporting the Capital Markets area, limited advancement opportunity.
Business Intelligence Application Mgr & Architect (Former Employee) – Richfield, MN – March 12, 2017
The Capital Markets management team decided to move IT from Minnesota to New York City so the management part of the job sort of fizzled out and my whole department left except for the one manager in NYC.
Located in a central part of the Twin Cities south of downtown.
Worked there for almost a year, never saw a raise, and was pushed everyday to bring numbers up. High pressure and strict regulations hinder the job place when managers can't delegate things accordingly. 3/5
Great place, good enviroment, plenty of learning opportunities
Property/Facility Manager (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 9, 2017
Offered lots of volunteer and learning opportunities, lacked in building ownership by trying to run the real estate on a planned budget and allowed no room for failures or emergencies to pop up, had to rob normal operating expenses to cover these expenses.
fast paced, exciting downtown enviroment
forecast budgets a half a year prior for a full year and no contingency was allowed for emergencies
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – March 9, 2017
The branch I worked at was very busy and always under staffed. The prime reason I left after 5 months was that all tellers were expected to cross sell products to customers without being compensated as the personal bankers were.
Great bank to work for, SBLC a better department to be in!
Internal Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – March 9, 2017
I loved my time at the SBLC. Everyone was very friendly and great to work alongside. The only downside was there was little room to move up within the department unless you were a top-producing underwriter. That was tough for me since I was not in that field.
Personal Banker II (Current Employee) – Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – March 7, 2017
US Bank is a great company. Since being part of their team I have learned a lot about what it takes to run a successful small business. Additionally, the company has a great way to communicate with other banks and bankers.
A typical day at work is managing pools of mortgages. It's a pleasure being able to manage client's accounts and go above and beyond for people that trust you. That opportunity is what makes U.S. Bank a great company to work for.
Personal Banker Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 6, 2017
Provide excellent customer service and maintain satisfaction. Received cash and checks for deposits and disbursed monies after verifying proper signatures and member account balances. Collect loan payments, sell & promote bank products and services accurately. Order branch daily supply of cash from Brinks, count and verify incoming cash for accuracy. Daily cash recycler for accurate counting, balancing of RBG (retail banking group) at the end of each day.
Inbound Fraud Specialist (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – March 6, 2017
● Answering card member inquiries regarding fraud case. ● Look for any fraudulent transactions being made on accounts. ● Obtain information on how the fraud could have taken place. ● Filing fraud claim and explaining the case processing details.