I feel that my creative process will benefit both QA and BA team
BA / QA Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – June 21, 2014
I am a BA /QA Analyst with extensive experience in Business Requirements Gathering, Analysis, Feasibility and Gap analysis, Documentation, Use cases and UML for CIBC. I have 5+ years of experience in Developing and maintaining Test scripts, analyzing bugs and interacting with development team members in fixing the defects and actively participated in – more... project status meeting and Involved in all phases of the SDLC from Requirements analysis, Test Strategy development, Test case development, Test case execution, Defect Management for System testing ,UAT Testing.
I feel that my creative process will benefit both QA team and BA team
Thank you for your time and consideration. I hope to have the opportunity to discuss the opening with you in person. – less
Market Risk Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – June 13, 2014
- Gained significant experience performing market data QA - Organized the solving over 100 data issues on the RSI project. Especially in commodities, interest rates, and credit spreads - Gained a great understanding of data structures and issues as a result of conducting ad-hoc analyses and cleansing historical data
fair working environment. good people to work with
Mortgage Servicing Specialist, TB Mortgages (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – June 13, 2014
Pros: encourage to move within firm to different position
Cons: internal competition only is still very high
telephone banking mortgages of CIBC located in 100 University Ave, Toronto. currently working as mortgage servicing specialist. Good position in terms of getting into the company, but expected turnover rate of this position by management itself is 1-2 years where even managements are actually encourage to move to different areas of the organization. – more... not a job that we will enjoy day to day as it is eventually customer contact center but good place to find a better position within firm – less
Financial Services Representative II (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – June 8, 2014
Cons Dated systems Difficult balance between sales expectations and servicing appointments- which do not generate sales Micromanagement is very common Pay is low for the work expectations Difficult to compete for business with mortgage brokers and top competitors.
Pros Great community partner Management maintains that they're willing to get you to – more... where you need to be in your career- it may not happen in the time you want it to, however. Overall good company. – less
Financial Services Representative II (Former Employee), Toronto, Ontario – May 29, 2014
a typical day at work involves excellent interaction between staff and customers,management is the best ive ever worked with, they have a great blend between recognition and disciple, the perfect balance,
Enjoyed Working with people from different ethnicity under one roof
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – May 22, 2014
Pros: great enviornment and great people to work with.
Cons: you have to give out your best. no excuses!
I did not work for a long time at Cibc due to my studies. But it was great experience for me working in corporate environment as a professional. Learned the norms and values of corporate culture. Every day at Cibc was a day of joy and experience for me dealing with different valuable customer solving their queries and providing them state of the art – more... customer service experience. – less
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee), Leamington, ON – May 18, 2014
Pros: excellent work environment.
Cons: can't think of much right now.
CIBC - Current role is a sales role - so the pressure that comes with targets is natural. Other than that - definitely one of the best workplaces in Canada and even the role and the company both have opportunities for advancement.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – May 7, 2014
I entered financial data and client information into the system l managed incoming and outgoing mail Received phone calls and transferred to the appropriate person or department Received return mail and updated client information Coordinated with clients for required documentation
Working at CIBC overall was fairly pleasant. Getting to work with clients to help them is always enjoyable.
Only issue I had with CIBC was with the HR manager. I believe that the process for a review should be more than just speaking with a branch manager. The branch manager does not see everything. The HR manager should speak with the branch manager, – more... the assistant branch manager and the onboarding manager before making a decision. This does not get done at CIBC.
Most of the staff i interacted with were pleasant and fun to work with and made the experience enjoyable.
From what I learned, the salary is lower than most financial institutions.
I would say the hardest part of the job is when you have to call or meet with people who are trying to get their lives on track and tell them that they do not qualify for the loan or line of credit they need. – less