|Website:||Visit Company Website|
Write Your Own Review
Wells Fargo Bank aims to attract, develop, retain and motivate the most talented people who care and who work together as partners across business units and functions. The bank offers them the training they need to succeed in their work; helping employees to be responsible and accountable for their businesses and functions Wells Fargo Bank believes everyone on the team is important and deserves respect for who they are and how they can contribute to the bank’s success. Wells Fargo Bank say “team members” not “employees” because people are a precious resource to be invested in, not expenses to be managed — and because teamwork is essential to help their customers succeed financially.
The Business Development Manager is responsible for managing the Business Development Department; develops new deposit, loan and merchant business for a specific target market of small to medium size businesses and business professionals; ensures all activities run smoothly and efficiently for the department; provides leadership, training and supervision to officers and other personnel within the department; provides a superior level of customer relations and service; and ensures compliance with bank policies and procedures. The position of Business Development Manager is responsible for attaining established individual, department and bank goals through active participation in sales management and officer call programs. Tracks and analyzes banking economic trends and makes recommends to senior management. Performs supervisory duties of department staff, and coordinates staff coverage within the department.
Wells Fargo Bank Business Development Manager Salary: $90,000
The position of Chief Financial Officer assists in attaining established Bank and department financial goals. Performs supervisory duties of department staff, coordinates staff for coverage in all related areas of the department. He/she is responsible for the all of the bank’s fiscal operating results utilizing generally accepted accounting principles, such as cost accounting, budgets, regulatory agency and government reports, and ensuring the safeguard of Bank assets. Counsels senior management on fiscal control and profitability; prepares, presents and interprets financial reports to senior management; adheres to tax laws and regulatory compliance to properly reflect the financial position of the Bank.
Wells Fargo Bank Chief Financial Officer Salary: $85,000
The Bank Secrecy Act Officer is responsible for developing, implementing and administering all aspects of the Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Program. This position performs various quality control reviews and monitoring in the area of Bank Secrecy Act, USA Patriot Act, Anti-Money Laundering, OFAC and Customer Identification Program compliance using industry standard and regulatory guidance sampling methods to ensure the Bank’s compliance efforts are maintained on a daily basis. Advises the Bank’s Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Management and Bank personnel of emerging compliance issues and consults and guides the Bank in the establishment of controls to mitigate risks.
Wells Fargo Bank Secrecy Act Officer Salary: $65,000
Whether assisting professionals file bankruptcy, or individuals/organizations affected by the bankruptcy of others, Bankruptcy Specialist must understand all aspects of liquidation. They must be able to accurately advise clients and compose paperwork as necessary. Due to the numerous factors to consider in a bankruptcy case, professionals must be able to inform clients as necessary. A high level of discipline and dedication is required of the Bankruptcy Specialist at Wells Fargo Bank.
Wells Fargo Bank Bankruptcy Specialist Salary: $85,000
Check out the bank’s home page and see the recruitment process here: https://www.wellsfargo.com/careers/.
You can fill in your details and upload your resume at this page: https://employment.wellsfargo.com/psp/PSEA/APPLICANT_NW/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL
|I was terminated when the upper management needed a fall guy for straying into a gray area in policy|