Manager - Customer Knowledge and Insight (Current Employee) – Totonto – 9 February 2016
As a successful corporation Scotiabank provides a stable environment with good pay, benefit and learning opportunities. However, work flows are inefficient. It takes a long time to initiate projects as everything involves multi-layer management and often projects are done redundantly in multiple teams.
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – 100 Yonge street – 26 January 2016
My typical day at work was to run the day to day Operations of the Insurance Centers, Assist the Agents with managing their calendars to optimize their time management for customers. Leasing with building management and contractors for various projects that needed to be completed. Ran daily reports for head office management and kept Centre costs down by keep efficient record of invoices and expenses .
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Alliston, ON – 29 March 2016
I have enjoyed working for Scotiabank, I would be very happy to continue to work here until I retire, with the way technology is going more and more jobs are being eliminated I'm being proactive in looking for another job
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 19 February 2016
Typical day included me addressing customers concerns. As well as taking care of customers daily needs. Throughout my time at Scotiabank I learned how to increase my communication skills as I was able to meet and network with a handful of various customers.
Small business (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 19 January 2016
Scotiabank had a strong sense of culture and typically a day at work started with reviewing previous days work and clients accounts to ensure their accounts where in order and not in overdraft.
After which time I would make calls to existing and non-existing clients to book sales appointments for the coming days follow up client meetings throughout the days. There was also about 2 hours of paperwork per day.
The people that worked for Scotia where mostly very friendly and reasonable with the work life balance.
Hardest part of the job is simply, like most banks, sales versus credit procedure.
Senior QA, QA Lead (contract) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 March 2016
Productive work place with a fast pace of projects and highly professional contractors. The type of environment where you will sharpen your multitasking and technical skills in balancing between many projects and meeting tough deadlines.
Sr. Project Control Officer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 March 2016
A great Bank to work with, A typical day has me chasing 7 PM's looking for materials to report to the exec level. I have the best co-workers and can hardly wait for my next position to demonstrate the depth I have acquired by working there.
A very fast paced and at times high stress place to work
Customer Support Representative (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – 12 January 2016
A typical day at work is anything but typical. Every file is different - every customer situation is different.
I started as a teller in 1989 and have since enjoyed working as a supervisor in that department. I changed focus in 2000 to work in administration providing support to as many as 11+ sales officers at a time. I have also had the opportunity to gain experience working as a supervisor in this department as well.
Without a doubt, had the bank not decided to move administration out of the branches and closing my department I would still be working for Scotiabank.