How to apply for a bank
As a rule, when employing a bank, the employer is interested not only in the availability of a diploma in the specialty, but also in computer skills, the ability to analyze, and correctly formulate thoughts. Therefore, prepare for the fact that at the interview you will be asked to print a letter or an office note, suggest a small calculation, draw up tables and graphs.
It is important when you set up a bank to determine which department you want. Usually, students who have a university degree diploma are offered a job in the client department. Its essence lies in attracting new customers, legal entities and individuals, servicing the existing client base: keeping accounts of legal entities, opening deposits, deposits, making transfers.
The most dynamically developing at present is the lending sector, both legal entities and private clients. Usually newcomers are offered work on advising and supporting loan applications, analyzing the financial condition of clients.
In addition, you can get a job in the bank as a cashier, a lawyer, an archivist, a driver. Apparently, not all positions in the bank require specialized education. Students who practice can be promoted by a promoter or courier.
Most often beginners are offered a low-paying place, with a large amount of routine work. Usually in such places there is a large turnover. On the one hand, it's not so bad. Having gained experience, you can submit your resume to a recruitment agency, where another employer will notice you. And also, it is possible that by showing yourself with the best hand, you will get promotion on the career ladder.
As much as you are not attracted by work in the bank, at the interview it is necessary to find out the mode of work, payment for the processed time, availability of benefits, insurance. Sometimes banks offer newcomers along with a low salary different bonuses, which makes the work very tempting. And sometimes, on the contrary, you may not be informed that employees work overtime without additional payments.