Retirement Specialist (Current Employee) – Temecula, CA – July 13, 2018
I am happy to call this place my home away from home. The job offers me the opportunity to work form my home or in an office. Tons of on the job experience is given to all employees. The more you give the more you get!
Branch Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Norman, OK – July 10, 2018
The culture at Edward Jones is to always put your client first. I wholeheartedly agree that this is how the financial industry should be ran, and I am glad I am a part of something to make a difference in people's lives.
I enjoyed my experience with Edward Jones. I would still be with them if I had passed the Series . Great culture Great leadership Great management I would recommend working for this company to anyone who is looking to build a business of their own.
Get to know Lots to learn and Improvise your skills
Talend ETL Developer (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – July 3, 2018
Involved in building the ETL architecture and Source to Target mapping to load data into Data warehouse. Designed ETL process using Talend Tool to load from Sources to Targets through data Transformations. Developed advanced Oracle stored procedures and handled SQL performance tuning. Involved in creating the mapping documents with the transformation logic for implementing few enhancements to the existing system.
Leader (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 2, 2018
Biggest area of opportunity is its focus on promoting like minded individuals. There efforts around diversity and inclusion is more image than reality. They have a high turnover amongst women and minorities.
Branch Office Administrator -BOA (Former Employee) – Winthrop, ME – June 30, 2018
While I know other branches are busy and productive, my branch was slow and stagnant. My manager had a different outlook on the way he wanted to run his office and it was in direct conflict with the company's ideas.
Well established firm
Two person office became quite boring, Manager was a controlling individual
Unfair pay rate regardless of prior work experience
BOA (Former Employee) – Alabama – June 28, 2018
The pay scale depends on what your FA makes, so regardless of how many years of experience you have you only make a rate based on what the FA brings in your particular branch. I worked there for over two years and I have over 20 years experience dealing with clients, and customer service. I took a pay cut and made what I learned in the 90s so I had to quit. Overall great company, fantastic employee support and training, one of the least stressful jobs I’ve ever had. Very fulfilling to work in a place where the client comes first as an admin, and go home knowing that you’ve helped them.... But unless you’re a higher level office admin from a TOP SELLING FA, you don’t make much money.
Gratifying job, low stress
Pay for the administrators not commensurate with years of experience
Branch Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – June 24, 2018
Enjoyed working as a team and individually the entire time I've worked here. You only have two people in the same office so it makes things nice to work as a team but you also play your own roles so working individually can be a nice change of pace at times. There is an easy work and life balance when working here.