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Yes, occasional Saturdays.

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Yes you get paid all training days including mileage.

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Paid biweekly

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$15.00 Per hour.

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The interview process was smooth. I was first reached out to by my PNC recruiter. I applied for a position out of state before my relocation, thus resulting in a 2nd phone interview with the Branch Manager. When I moved, my recruiter then set me up with an in person interview with the same Branch Manager. Finally, I was reached out to again for my last interview with the Regional Manager. All in all from first contact it was roughly a 3-4 week process until I was offered the job. I would say because of my relocation it was delayed the additional 2 weeks due to me having to wait that time until I moved. Good professional questions, challenging but not impossible to answer. Genuine interest from the interviewers, and I could tell they just want what’s best for the company.

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It is earn vacation days as you go. If you leave you have to pay back your "unearned"vacation time. 401k they will kick you out when you leave as well so you pay the tax penalties.

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I left because I was unhappy with the position. We were working inside of a Giants so the hours were different. We were told to approach random customers who were grocery shopping to talk them into opening a credit card or bank account. Didn’t enjoy it.

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YES. All positions require a credit check. The higher positions have higher score expectations. I believe a 600-650 is required of tellers

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