Handling all Clients Credit needs Advising and recommending best lending solutions to fit every client's individual and personal situation. Communicate and follow-up with Senior underwriters about specifics and particular file. Everyday is a new learning opportunity Great team work environment Great team Manager support Best and worse part of the job – more... : helping clients to better their financial situation and being able to make a difference in people's life! Not being able, from credit lending criterias standpoint, to help client to better their financial situation. – less
A fast paced work environment with everyday challenges
Customer Service Representative- Head teller (Current Employee), Saskatoon – September 17, 2014
Pros: benefits, hour long lunches, bank hours, better than minimum wage
Cons: institution's lack of compassion towards employee, compensation
A typical day at work was 8:30 til 5 dealing with everyday transactions for clients as well as other banking needs. I learned additional information in the banking field from financial sales representatives and managers with a wealth of experience. My branch worked together as a team lead by a single general manager branching down the two assistant – more... branch managers followed by employees such as financial service represenatives and customer services representatives (myself). The hardest part of the job was attempting to adhere to the sales goals the district placed upon the branch as a whole. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my team to attempt and achieve these goals – less
Personal Banker / Mutual Fund Representative (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – September 14, 2014
-Sales Oriented Focus -Provide the most efficient and effective level of customer service experience -Good co-workers -Need based selling -Create opportunities to cross sell and maximize the branch business
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Sarnia, ON – September 7, 2014
l would enjoy working at a bank such as CIBC again. The job is very well structured and you can constantly learn more about advancement and take courses during down time while at work. It always seemed like hours were available to pick up and it was enjoyable helping clients figure out their banking needs.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – August 25, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: little room for advancement in the company.
CIBC offers excellent benefits. There were set schedules with the ability to adjust any shifts for emergencies or appointments outside of work. However, there we little room for growth in the company and it is very difficult to relocate to a location that best fits the employees need. Overall, management and co-workers made the job excited. The job – more... consisted on making sales, and through the use of incentives, the job atmosphere was more of a friendly competition. – less
Business Systems Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – August 22, 2014
It's an average place to work. CIBC does not excel in any particular area. However it's decent place to obtain experience, although there are very few opportunities for advancment. Unless your related to a Director/Manager.