Send in your resume and be prepared to do everything under the sun for very little wages
Answered - Treherne /Miami, MB, Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Miami, MB
Show up 15 minutes early, dress well, smile and look your interviewer in the eye.
Answered - Morgage Advisor (Current Employee) - Newmarket, ON
Sales experience information
Answered - Financial Services Representative I and II (Former Employee) - Ontario
Come prepared with specific examples from previous work experience. CIBC uses behavioural interviewing.
Answered - Branch Manager (Former Employee) - London, ON
They like people who speak other languages than english. Be prepared to work unpaid overtime
Answered - SENIOR FINANCIAL SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) - Saskatoon, SK
To prepare for a interview with CIBC I would review and allow myself to become familiar with CIBC website. I would do my homework and get to know who the people and mangers names are.
And go to my interview confident and proud of myself
Answered - Financial Services Representative. (Former Employee) - Fort McMurray, AB
Have lots of sales experience information, that's what they want
Answered - Senior Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
Look your best and be prepared!
Answered - Transaction Processing Clerk Ambassador I CSR (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
Give specific examples of situations you have faced in the past
Answered - Talent Acquisition Partner (Current Employee) - Montréal, QC
Know their value and vision
Answered - Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON